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Fresh Air for June 30, 2018: Comic W. Kamau Bell; Musician Frank Newsome

W. Kamau Bell's new Netflix comedy special is Private School Negro. He says that for him, the word "negro" feels "classically, importantly black." KC Bailey/Netflix hide caption

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Fresh Air Weekend: Comic W. Kamau Bell; Musician Frank Newsome

Fresh Air Weekend: Comic W. Kamau Bell; Musician Frank Newsome

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Fresh Air for June 29, 2018: Remembering Former Poet Laureate Donald Hall

Fresh Air for June 28, 2018: Reporter Warns Government Is 'Ill Equipped' To Reunite Families

Fresh Air for June 27, 2018: Comic W. Kamau Bell

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Comic W. Kamau Bell On The 'Shades Of America' And Not Feeling 'Black Enough'

Comic W. Kamau Bell On The 'Shades Of America' And Not Feeling 'Black Enough'

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Fresh Air for June 26, 2018: Why America Is Becoming Too Expensive For The Middle Class