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Wyatt Cenac’s Problem Areas follows comedian and writer Wyatt Cenac as he explores America’s most pressing issues. Traveling to different parts of the country, Cenac brings unique perspectives to systemic issues, while tackling more benign everyday inconveniences with comedic solutions.

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6 comments

  1. I love it when Wyatt Cenac makes the interviewees laugh! Especially the children

  2. She look like a ray not a rea an she got a squash head

  3. I love good coverage about school lunch programs in the U.S. However, I would challenge the idea that most students of color only really see people who look like them in the cafeteria worker role. That conclusion seems largely based on the anecdotes from this story and are not scaleable to larger urban district schools. I went to a public school in a large urban district where sometimes the cafeteria workers were White, my teachers were Black and my principal was part Native. If anything, the strongest conclusion one should draw from the impact of cafeteria workers on students is that they are often the first adults we have contact with in the school via the school breakfast program. Please stop extrapolating the stories of a few PoC who now work in the media who were the minority in their schools and thinking they speak for the vast majority of kids of color who attended urban and rural schools.

  4. The woman talking about how the white folks moved away and the good food business moved away with them … but they don’t tell you that all the white folks and business moved away because of the rise in crime and that the fried food business that took their place .. are mostly black owned and operated business that focus on what sales to most black people … but instead this show kinda paints a picture that white folks are to blame for the situation… this is a prime example of the propaganda of today…

  5. I miss people of earth quite a bit. But this is a different zone and really good stuff, regardless.

  6. Wow,.this is an incredible show. Dude, you need your own YouTube channel it took me a minute to find your content.

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