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Represent #31: Comedians/Writers W. Kamau Bell and Kevin Avery

On this episode of Represent, Aisha Harris is joined by comedians and writers W. Kamau Bell and Kevin Avery, hosts of the Denzel Washington is the Greatest Actor of All Time Period podcast, to look back on the historic Oscars night when Halle Berry, Denzel Washington, and Sidney Poitier all won.

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Check out:
-Reports of Russell Crowe after his 2002 Bafta speech was cut short
-Comedian W. Kamau Bell reflecting on the 2002 Oscars in the midst of #OscarsSoWhite
-Sidney Poitier receiving his Honorary Award from the Academy
-Halle Berry accepting her Oscar for Best Actress
-Denzel Washington Oscars acceptance speech in 1990 for Supporting Actor and 2002 for Best Actor

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