Young Chicago Authors: Giving Public School Students a Voice: The Daily Show Posted on May 31, 2019May 31, 2019 by Hans Swaniawski by Hans Swaniawski Post navigation Lyricist Ananta Sriram Speech At Geetha Govindam Audio Launch | Vijay Deverakonda | RashmikaWelcome to The Freelance Writers Den 23 thoughts on “Young Chicago Authors: Giving Public School Students a Voice: The Daily Show” Got that poet's twitter @aurelius3rd Reply Funny Cool Awesome good comedy girl Kevin oval Deep poet powerful Reply This is all lame ass BS.Literally hiring any black dude off the street to act poorly.So much for representing the truth of shit. And seriously, tell the fat one to lay off the pills. Reply More good news please 😍 Reply sloan need to go gym and on healthy diet… Reply Our future is bright Reply Dulce Sloan is probably my favorite current correspondent right now Reply I've performed here a few times omg Reply I really hope Chicago public schools can make a come back. We don’t need another city like New York where you have to pay for private school for a decent education Reply I love spoken word. It’s so powerful Reply I LOVE HER SO MUCH!! Reply Where's Trevor? Reply is anyone else having problems playing Daily Show videos? Reply Education should not be for the wealthy. This is not a black or white issue. This is a green issue. Reply Power to these students of Chicago's public schools! These teens give me a lot of hope. Reply wait.. So you have a white guy directing a black program.. hmm! could be, black directors in Chicago are jus not interested in these types of programs, or Chicago does not have, qualified black artistic directors to run these types of programs! Or maybe, he's the best man for the task at hand, he jus so happen to be white( and Jewish). Either which way, these types of programs, albeit, very necessary programs! end up not feeding the plant the right nutrients!there's not a black soul, whether in spirit or in life, DIRECTING a Jewish, and or a predominately white community program in the United States of America! Reply Great video, but I'm really not a fan of the applause track. Reply LOL! This woman reminds me of Ester Rolle (Florida Evans of Good Times). Reply Shout out to TDS for being that platform for me to "speak my truth"All love to you #DulceSLoan! Reply We need them in the bahamas badly Reply Incredible talent!! Reply Good story, terrible presenter. Why do I feel that every 'reporter' of the daily show now has to be a typical racial minority who indulges in their stereotypes. This coming from an African who grew up in Canada and lives in the Caribbean, one who has seen and experienced many ethnic groups. Reply How is a show on Comedy Central some if the best television ever produced? Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.