David Alan Grier shares the history of discrimination against white people, from the NBA to Tyler Perry movies

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Tony-nominated performer, David Alan Grier, stopped by “Jimmy Kimmel Live” on Wednesday with a very important message regarding discrimination.

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Inspired by the Justice Departments plans to investigate what they call “intentional race-based discrimination in college and university admissions,” Grier jokingly and sarcastically proclaimed that discrimination against white people has been rampant since the 1700s, and urged black people to stop.

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“It all started back in the 1700s when black people took all the seats on the slave ships for themselves, leaving room only for a few white people up top,” Grier begins.

He goes on to claim that white people are discriminated against in major sectors of the economy, like the NBA, hip-hop and, of course, Tyler Perry movies.

He ends the speech by urging people to call Washington.

This Washington:

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“Let’s make it right. Let’s make it white,” Grier concluded his tongue-in-cheek speech with.

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