Franchesca Ramsey gets pilot for late night Comedy Central series

When you look across the late night landscape as it currently stands, you’ll find a lot of white and a lot of men. Despite America being filled with everything but white men, they’re still often treated as the faces of pop culture as they host late night television. Fortunately, Comedy Central is looking to change that.

Franchesca Ramsey, a comedian, writer and host of MTV’s Decoded, will executive produce and host her own late night show for the network, according to NBCBLK.

Franchesca Ramsey Explains Why Every Racial Term Isn’t Always Racist

This can’t be emphasized enough: history matters. History is especially important when making judgements about whether or not common terms like “cracker,” “white trash,” and “redneck” are “racist against white people.” That’s exactly what Franchesca Ramsey is doing in her new video with MTV News, proving that even terms that seem “racist” on the surface have deep histories in classism and white supremacy.

Four Black Lives Matter Myths Debunked By Franchesca Ramsey [VIDEO]

In this newest video from Franchesca Ramsey and her Decoded series with MTV,  she debunks four of the most popular (very distracting and often false) myths about the Movement for Black Lives.

Working at the intersections of race, gender, and sexuality almost always means dealing with detractors hellbent on proving that your social issue is unimportant, off base and otherwise useless. The Movement for Black Lives is a perfect example of how people who do not support the work will come up with literally any reason to discredit it.

ICYMI: Franchesca Ramsey has the perfect nail tutorial to explain #OscarsSoWhite

This year’s Oscars nominations are so lacking in diversity that it is almost shocking. Now, two years in a row, the #OscarsSoWhite narrative is fitting. This short video from YouTube blogger and magical Black girl, Franchesca Ramsey (@Chescaleigh), shows just how White these nominations truly are using nail polish to tell the story. It’s both funny and sad.

Watch the full video below: