Sam Richardson talks about growing up black in Ghana and Detroit, shares his experiences with racial prejudice, and reflects on his and Conan’s trip to Ghana.
W. Kamau Bell explains why Black Lives Matter is an intentionally provocative phrase, how white people can connect their lives to the actual movement, and assigns Conan some homework.
Conan responds to the needless death of George Floyd and our national crisis.
Van Jones shares his anguish about the killing of George Floyd, policy that could help fight systemic racism, and thoughts on where we can go from here.
In the spring of 2000, Conan delivered these words of wisdom to Harvard’s graduating seniors: "When all else fails, you always have delusion."