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  • If you're a black person, you're probably buzzing

    如果你是一個黑人,你現在或許正為了

  • from some great news right now.

    一些好消息而感到興奮

  • First, Kendrick Lamar just won a Pulitzer Prize for music.

    首先,肯德里克拉瑪爾贏得普立茲音樂獎

  • -(cheering, applause) -Yeah.

    -(歡呼聲,掌聲) -沒錯

  • The first time, the first time this award has gone to someone

    這是第一次這個獎項並不是頒發給

  • who was not in classical music or jazz.

    從事古典或爵士的音樂人

  • Right? Other great news:

    對吧?另外一個好消息:

  • Beyoncé tore the roof off Coachella.

    碧昂絲把科切拉音樂節的屋頂掀了

  • -(cheering) -Yeah. And... and I know what you're saying:

    -(歡呼聲) -沒錯,而且...我知道你在說:

  • "But it's an outdoor festival." Yeah, that's how badass she is.

    「不過那是一個戶外節慶。」是的,這就是為什麼她是一個狠角色

  • She brought in a roof just so she could tear it off.

    她帶了一個屋頂去,好將它拆了

  • That's what she did. That's how big it was.

    這就是她所做的,就是這麼重大的一件事

  • And, guys, this was the blackest performance

    各位,這是在最典型的白人節慶當中

  • at the whitest festival.

    最黑人風格的演出

  • And white people love that stuff,

    而白人就愛這個調調,

  • because it makes it feel like they're down, you know?

    因為這讓他們感覺很酷,你知道吧?

  • Which is weird, because it never goes the other way around.

    其實這很奇怪,因為如果角色互換就不會發生這種事情

  • Like, you could never have, like, the Oak Ridge Boys show up

    就好像,Oak Ridge Boys 不會現身在

  • at the club, and then... expect brothers walking out,

    夜總會裡,然後... 指望黑人兄弟們會走出來

  • going like, "Yo, these niggas can strum, B.

    說,「哎呦,這些黑鬼彈得不錯,B

  • Yo, they can... they can strum."

    哎呦,他們蠻會... 他們彈得不錯。」

  • -(applause) -You never feel that.

    -(掌聲) -你從來不會這樣覺得

  • So... so all in all, it feels like a great couple of days

    所以,總而言之,對於美國的黑人來說

  • for black America.

    這幾天是很美好的

  • But of course, unfortunately, if you're a black person

    但是,不幸的是,如果你不是一個站在舞台上

  • who is not on stage, not everything is going your way.

    的黑人,那一切可能就不是那麼順利了

  • There is a firestorm tonight

    今晚有一件事鬧得沸沸揚揚

  • over what happened three days ago

    是關於三天前

  • at a Starbucks in Philadelphia

    在費城的星巴克所發生的事

  • where the police were called in and two black men were arrested.

    警察到場逮捕兩名黑人男子

  • TV REPORTER: This video, captured by

    電視記者:這個影片,由一名目擊者

  • a witness's cell phone, shows police talking,

    以手機拍攝,顯示警察在講話,

  • and later handcuffing the men

    之後對正在等朋友的

  • while they were waiting for a friend.

    兩名男子上銬

  • The men wanted to use the restroom but the manager said

    這兩名男子想要借用廁所,但是店經理表示

  • that per store policy, they couldn't,

    根據每間店的規定,由於他們並沒有購買任何東西,

  • since they didn't buy anything.

    所以不能夠使用

  • When they wouldn't leave, she called police.

    當他們拒絕離開時,店經理叫警察到場處理

  • How crazy is this?

    這是不是很誇張?

  • Two men arrested for waiting

    兩個男子因為在星巴克裡

  • to meet someone at Starbucks.

    等著和某人見面而被逮捕

  • You see, this, this here,

    要知道,這個,就是這個,

  • this is why black people should always show up late.

    這就是為什麼黑人應該總是遲到

  • Yeah. If you're early, it's loitering.

    沒錯,如果你早到,就是圖謀不軌的遊蕩

  • For our safety, black people,

    為了我們的安全,黑人同胞們,

  • we show up late everywhere we go.

    我們不論去哪裡都要遲到

  • In fact, maybe-- this got me thinking--

    事實也許-- 這讓我陷入思考--

  • maybe it's not true that black people are never on time.

    也許黑人並不是真正的不準時

  • It's just that we only know about the ones who show up late,

    而是我們只認識那些遲到的黑人,

  • because all the early ones got taken away.

    因為早到的都被抓走了

  • Maybe that's what it is.

    也許這才是事實

  • And I know, I know there are some people saying,

    而我知道,我知道一定有些人會說,

  • "Well, why were these guys

    「呃,為什麼這些人

  • in Starbucks doing nothing? Huh? Why?"

    在星巴克裡什麼也不做?蛤?為什麼啊?」

  • Well, because that's what Starbucks is for.

    呃,因為星巴克就是這樣的一個地方

  • Everyone is doing nothing.

    每個人在那裡都不做任何事

  • Everyone.

    每一個人

  • Starbucks...

    星巴克...

  • Starbucks is basically a bus station

    星巴克基本上就是一個有義式咖啡機器

  • with espresso machines; that's all it is.

    的公車站;僅此而已

  • In fact, the only mistake these black guys made

    事實上,這兩個黑人唯一犯的過錯在於

  • was not using the tactics of the white man.

    他們沒有使用白人的策略

  • That's all they did. Yeah.

    那是唯一的錯,是的

  • When the manager accused them of doing nothing,

    當店經理指控他們什麼也不做的時候,

  • they should have replied, "Uh, actually,

    他們應該回答,「呃,事實上,

  • I'm writing a screenplay, that's what I'm doing."

    我正在寫劇本,這就是我正在做的。」

  • But, look, if I can get serious

    但是,聽好了,如果我可以至少

  • for just a minute here, I will say this:

    嚴肅個一分鐘,我要這麼說:

  • Do you have any idea

    你知道被自行車警察

  • what it does to a person's dignity

    逮捕會對一個人的自尊

  • to be arrested by bike cops?

    造成什麼樣的影響嗎?

  • (laughter)

    (笑聲)

  • Huh?

    蛤?

  • Think about this. Think about this.

    想一想,你想想

  • Someone calls the cops on you,

    某人打電話報警抓你,

  • and instead of driving up with sirens wailing all bad-ass,

    他們不但沒有開著警笛大響,很酷的警車

  • they're like, ding, ding, ding, ding, ding, ding.

    反而是叮、叮、叮、叮、叮、叮

  • (laughter and applause)

    (笑聲和掌聲)

  • And how do they even get you back to the station, huh?

    而且他們要如何將你帶回去警局?蛤?

  • (laughter)

    (笑聲)

  • Do they throw you on the back of a bicycle built for two?

    他們是要將你丟在雙人協力腳踏車的後面嗎?

  • (laughter and applause)

    (笑聲和掌聲)

  • And now, now you're in custody but you have to help them pedal?

    然後現在你不但被拘留,還必須幫他們一起踩腳踏板?

  • You're just there at the back, like, "Man.

    你在後面心裡想著,「老兄,

  • "This is some bullshit, man.

    這是搞屁啊?」

  • "This is some bullshit.

    「這真是太扯了!

  • We look adorable, though, we look adorable."

    不過我們看起來很可愛是吧,我們看起來很可愛。」

  • (applause)

    (掌聲)

  • But for real, though, for real, though,

    但是說真的,我們說真的

  • America clearly has a problem with policing and black people.

    在美國,黑人和治安之間有很明顯的問題存在著

  • On the one hand, you have people calling the police

    一方面,有人會因為將黑人視為與生俱來的威脅

  • because they see black people as inherently threatening,

    而打電話報警,

  • and then you have police who only know how to respond

    然後有只知道以

  • to a call with an arrest or violence.

    拘捕或者是暴力來回應處理的警察

  • So the question is, what do we do?

    因此問題在於,我們要怎麼做?

  • Do we fix society or do we try and fix the police?

    應該改善社會或是嘗試改變警察?

  • Or maybe, maybe-- got us thinking:

    還是或許,或許-- 讓我們思考:

  • maybe all we need to do is change the people

    或許我們只需要更換將

  • who connect civilians to the police.

    平民聯繫到警察的人

  • Well, for years 9-1-1's been handling calls that,

    9-1-1 長久以來都在處理那些

  • -turns out, aren't actual emergencies. -(phone ringing)

    事實上不是真正緊急情況的來電。-(電話作響)

  • So we came up with with a program

    因此我們擬定一個計畫

  • to help white people decide if their emergency

    去幫助白人判斷他們的緊急情況

  • was an actual emergency.

    是否真的很緊急

  • We hired a black operator.

    我們雇用一個黑人接線生

  • 9-1-1, what's your emergency?

    9-1-1,你的緊急狀況是什麼?

  • MALE CALLER: I'm on the train

    男性致電者:我正在火車上

  • and these black people are talking,

    這些黑人正在講話,

  • and it's loud and I think there could be a fight.

    很大聲,我覺得他們可能在吵架

  • Okay, sir. So let me get this straight.

    好的先生,讓我將情況弄清楚

  • You called 9-1-1 because black people were talking loud?

    你打 9-1-1 因為黑人講話很大聲?

  • Uh, yeah, I-I guess.

    呃,我想是的

  • Okay, good. Here's what I need you to do.

    好的,很好。我現在需要你這麼做

  • Stand up, walk to the window,

    起身,走到窗戶那邊,

  • and throw your bitch-ass off that train.

    把你這個滿腹牢騷的白癡丟出火車外面

  • FEMALE CALLER 2: No, they're just walking down the sidewalk

    女性致電者 2:不,他們只是從人行道走過來

  • but if feels threatening.

    但是我感覺備受威脅

  • Girl, bye.

    小姐,再見

  • Is she a bit unorthodox?

    她是不是有點不按牌理出牌?

  • Yes, but it's been efficient,

    沒錯,但是她的效率非常好,

  • and she's almost entirely professional, almost.

    而且她幾乎完全專業,幾乎是

  • So you're saying he's a six-four,

    所以你說他是一個身高 6 呎 4 吋,

  • African American male, broad shoulders,

    美國籍非裔男子,有著寬闊的肩膀,

  • driving a Benz?

    開著一台賓士?

  • I need you to look closely at him.

    我需要妳仔細看著他

  • Is he wearing a wedding ring?

    他有沒有帶婚戒?

  • FEMALE CALLER 3: Uh, no.

    女性致電者 3: 呃,沒有

  • Stay right there. I'm on my way.

    在那裡待著,我現在就過去

  • Hold on, girl.

    等一下,小姐

  • Hello?

    哈囉?

  • That's how it should be.

    就是應該這樣

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如果你是一個黑人,你現在或許正為了

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