Eliza Romero and Jess Rhee aka The Rheemix talk to comedian/activist Kristina Wong about her viral web series, Radical Cram School, what it's like to be targeted by Infowars' Alex Jones, why yellow fever is the most useless Asian American topic ever, and her feud with James Franco.
“Kristina Wong caught my attention last week after I saw a few articles about her Radical Cram School and then ended up bingeing it in one sitting. I want to add that after I finished watching it, I was so impressed that I went straight to her fundraising webpage and donated money to go towards producing season 2. It's that good and it certainly is radical. I actually can't believe nobody had thought to make it already. It's been described as Sesame Street for the Resistance but I think it's even more than that. It's aimed at kids between the ages of 6 and 10 years of age and Kristina and the kids on her show play games, put on puppet shows and sing songs to explore topics such as structural racism, white racism, misogyny, identity and bullying.”
Watch Radical Cram School here: