Comedian and television host Trevor Noah paid tribute to black women on the final night of his tenure as host of "The Daily Show." In a heartfelt segment, Noah highlighted the contributions of black women to society and discussed the challenges they face, including racism, sexism, and discrimination.
Noah began the segment by discussing the Black Lives Matter movement and the important role that black women have played in it. He cited the examples of Patrisse Cullors, Alicia Garza, and Opal Tometi, the co-founders of the movement, as well as other black women who have been at the forefront of the fight for racial justice.
The comedian also addressed the discrimination and marginalization that black women face in society. He discussed the pay gap between black women and their white counterparts, as well as the unequal treatment black women receive in the criminal justice system.
In conclusion, Noah praised black women for their strength and resilience, and called on society to recognize and support them. He concluded the segment by saying, "Black women are the backbone of our communities, and we need to support them and uplift them, because when black women are strong, the whole world is strong."
The segment was well-received by viewers, with many praising Noah for his powerful tribute to black women. It was a fitting way to end his time on "The Daily Show," and a testament to the impact that black women have had on society.