W. Kamau Bell returns to NYC for another round of “Ending Racism in About in Hour”

Comedian W. Kamau Bell has been using PowerPoint presentations and brutally honest, cutting satire to show Americans for the past three years how we're racist now, and what we can do to end it in, oh, about an hour, with his one-man show, "The W. Kamau Bell Curve." Bell brings the ever-changing show back to New York City this month for five performances at terraNOVA Collective's 7th Annual soloNOVA Arts Festival, on May 11, 14, 16, 20 and 22, at Performance Space 122, 150 First Ave., in the East Village.

How has the show evolved over the past three years? Let Bell himself explain, as he sat down with me for a chat in Portland, Ore., during last month's Bridgetown Comedy Festival. Roll the clip!

And for an even more accessible version of W. Kamau Bell's stand-up comedy, pick up a copy of his new Rooftop Comedy CD, Face Full of Flour, recorded in November 2009 at the Punch Line in San Francisco:

W. Kamau Bell - Face Full of Flour (Live)

Sean L. McCarthy

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