Zachary R. Wood, author of "Uncensored: My Life and Uncomfortable Conversations at the Intersection of Black And White America", sat down with Brian Kilmeade to discuss his mission to continue to help bridge social and political divides in America. Wood weighed in politics in sports, specifically how some San Francisco 49ers fans not ecstatic team drafted Nick Bosa due to old pro-Trump, anti-Kaepernick tweets. Wood also spoke about why he feels the Philadelphia Flyers should keep singer Kate Smith's statue up despite her affiliation with songs that carried racist lyrics.

Plus, Wood on why reparations are not feasible economically and the need to keep affirmative action that doesn't drop standards or focus on quotas

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