For Key And Peele, Biracial Roots Bestow Special Comedic ‘Power’

Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele are the duo behind the Comedy Central sketch comedy show Key & Peele. Each has a white mother and black father, and a lot of their comedy is about race: Perhaps because they’re biracial, they’re perfectly comfortable satirizing white people and African-Americans — as well as everybody else.

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Review: Mixed: My Life in Black and White

Mixed: My Life in Black and White by Angela Nissel My rating: 5 of 5 stars Pros: Comedic timing, insight, Incredible moments Cons: None (I hope there is a sequel!)   “I know preconceived notio…

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Cheerios “Just Checking” Backlash Spoof

ORIGINAL CHEERIOS “JUST CHECKING” SPOT HERE The creative team at Cheerios responds to the backlash created by the …

Community Village‘s insight:
“I know it’s supposed to be a slap in the face to racists, but a racist is not going to be offended by it.
It’s more of a slap in the face to couples of the same race – implying that if you are a couple of the same race, you must be a racist couple. ” @getgln

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July Flashback: Dan Nainan (Indian/Japanese) [American]

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Known as: Comedian (Appeared in first season of “Last Comic Standing” and the “PC Innovation Lab” Apple ad; Performed at the 2008 Democratic National Convention and the 2009 TED Conference)

Videos: Performing at the Seattle Moore Theater

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