Tunde Wey On Racial Disparities In The Food World & Beyond | Next Generation Leaders | TIME

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  • Published on May 22, 2019
  • Chef Tunde Wey speaks up about his thoughts on racial disparities in the food world and beyond. Wey also talks about his pop-up restaurant, Saartj, where he charges white customers three time more, and redistributes net profits to people of color. Learn more about Tunde Wey, just one of 10 young people forging new paths in politics, music and more.
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Comments • 18

  • Matt Cheng
    Matt Cheng Month ago

    He's so racist!!!

  • Massive Progeria
    Massive Progeria 2 months ago

    "In partnership with Rolex" lol. Tunde selling his soul to the big capitalist corporations for the media exposure.

  • Independence In Mind
    Independence In Mind 3 months ago +2

    99% of the issues faced in the black community are due to the actions/reactions of the black community. Those issues are the fault and the responsibility of the black community.
    Part of that problem is, instead of taking time and trying to genuinely fix them, the black community instead plays victims and points fingers and blames the white race in its entirety. But hey I guess that’s easier than actually changing the deep rooted issues in your own community.

    • Muralha
      Muralha 3 months ago

      The saddest thing is that blacks are just being used again. They are used to promote an agenda. This is in no way good for the blacks. Making the blacks feel like victims is going to destroy them even more.

  • Cappy-go-lucky
    Cappy-go-lucky 3 months ago +1

    Resources have been taken? They were taken because the people who took them saw them as valuable, the people who did have them couldn’t do anything with them

    • Ojay Is Ojay
      Ojay Is Ojay 3 months ago

      Ah, a dimwitted defense of plunder. Next time you get mugged, be sure to thank them.

  • Sunny Tzude
    Sunny Tzude 3 months ago

    Lmao

  • Muralha
    Muralha 3 months ago +1

    No other race is complaining...

  • Y3arZer0
    Y3arZer0 3 months ago +5

    Keeping that American Racism alive i see!

  • Badass Mother
    Badass Mother 3 months ago

    Why not poison the white's food? If you're white and eating at his restaurant you should just kill yourself. Do him the favor.

  • Caboco Carlos
    Caboco Carlos 3 months ago

    I agree with slavery in Africa because I am an atheist I understand 5 languages but I don't pray, okay?

  • Dio
    Dio 3 months ago +7

    Good job TIME keep the white race hate coming, proud of you!

    • Dio
      Dio 3 months ago +2

      ​@Ojay Is Ojay Not now, but if the systemic attack on white identity is not stopped everybody will get hurt sooner or later, and remember ,when whites get angry, its not a good sight.. let me just say, your keyboard won't save you.

    • Independence In Mind
      Independence In Mind 3 months ago +2

      Ojay Is Ojay
      Well wouldn’t you be if your entire race got blamed for something that wasn’t your fault ?

    • Ojay Is Ojay
      Ojay Is Ojay 3 months ago

      Are you hurt?

  • Monster Sasquatch
    Monster Sasquatch 4 months ago +3

    His food might be good but his business plan needs some work

  • I Will Rock Your Face!
    I Will Rock Your Face! 4 months ago +1

    Blacks are 13% of the US population and are way over that percentage in music, media, sports, universities, and entrepreneurship. So in reality they are over represented. More black millionaires in the US then the world combined. This is just more acceptable black racism. Any white person who goes to a restaurant to get charged 3 times more no matter their own personal experiences or trials and tribulations, that for some reason cant ever be acknowledged is hopeless.

  • Md Jubayer Rana
    Md Jubayer Rana 4 months ago

    Hey leaders