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John Safran's Race RelationsM

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Are you some ethnic? Greek? Black? Polack? Sunni Muslim? Then no doubt you have a parent, relative or ethnic-pride friend telling you to marry your own. This show is for you! Are you a WASP? Or some other majority caucasian? You probably think there's no consequence to dating a Black, Indian, Jew or other ethnic-type. You probably think love will conquer all. This show is also for you! Mass migration has changed everything. Compared to your parents, chances are high you're going to want to hit on someone from another race. John's in the thick of it himself. His rabbi, relatives and friend George Weinberg tell him to stop busting-a-move on Eurasians and marry a Jew, already. In this eight-part adventure, John asks, when it comes to love, should you stick with or escape your tribe? Whether you have jungle fever, yellow fever or pasty Jew fever, this is your guide to love in the age of Obama.

Customer Reviews

Safran race relations ep 1

Absolute genius - can't wait for more episodes!

Brilliant! But why pay for it???

John is the ultimate social breacher: he highlights the crazy, messed up nature of our postmodern world by breaking social norms. Thank you ABC for bringing him back! But why would you pay $2.99 for each episode when it's podcasted from free???

SO GOOD

epic... just epic.

John Safran's Race Relations
View in iTunes $14.99
  • SD Version
  • Genre: Non-Fiction
  • Released: 28 October 2009

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