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Comedians Kamau Bell & Hari Kondabolu Get Politically Re-Active

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W. Kamau Bell and Hari Kondabolu are two stand-up comedians who aren’t shy talking about race, stereotypes and bias. In their new podcast, the longtime friends mix it up with another hot-button topic: politics. They join us to talk about their podcast, “Politically Re-Active,” and how they make controversy laughable in their new stand-up albums and daily lives.

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W. Kamau Bell, comedian; co-host, "Politically Re-Active" podcast; host, CNN's "United Shades of America"

Hari Kondabolu, comedian; co-host, "Politically Re-Active" podcast


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