Conversations on Immigration: Carlos Mencia Comedian Carlos Mencia's routines feature a stream of observations and questions about race and ethnicity. His own experiences are as complex as his lineage. He says America would benefit from more assimilation.
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Conversations on Immigration: Carlos Mencia

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Conversations on Immigration: Carlos Mencia

Conversations on Immigration: Carlos Mencia

Conversations on Immigration: Carlos Mencia

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Carlos Mencia's mother is Mexican and his father is from Honduras, but his ethnic lineage is far more complex. Ian White/Comedy Central hide caption

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