‘Comedian’ Chelsea Handler: White people should take racial sensitivity classes, be ‘uncomfortable’

‘Comedian’ Chelsea Handler: White people should take racial sensitivity classes, be ‘uncomfortable’
November 2016: Chelsea Handler struggles, shortly after Donald Trump's election victory. YouTube, Netflix video

[Ed. – The students she described were rude, impudent, and misinformed. They were the ones that needed her lecture, not white viewers of this travesty.]

Comedian Chelsea Handler appeared on “The View” Wednesday where she told the show’s co-hosts that white people ought to be “uncomfortable” with their white identities and suggested that white people attend racial sensitivity classes as a remedy.

Handler explained that she visited liberal college campuses to talk to black students about white privilege while filming her new Netflix documentary, “Hello, Privilege. It’s Me, Chelsea.” …

Handler pointed out that during one of her stops at the University of Southern California, she had a particularly uncomfortable time after black students told her that she was exercising her white privilege simply by making a documentary about white privilege.

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“There were black people in that room that were taking me to task saying, ‘All you do is come in here and take, take, take,'” Handler recalled.

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