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Before he passed, the legendary comedian and activist Dick Gregory came through to the “Ed Lover Show.” He talked about words like “redneck,” which folks would have us believe are racial slurs, when they aren’t, really. He discusses some of the things that cause him to ask questions, like the Malaysian airplane that went missing last year. He also shared thoughts about the election before Donald Trump was actually president, warning about Korea and war, and why the fate of American politics is “bigger than the black man.”

“The universal God ain’t made no ugly people,” he says, and notes how white standards convince black women that they are not beautiful. Click on the audio player to hear him break down all of that and more in this exclusive interview from the “Ed Lover Show.”

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