Karamo Brown explains why approaching hate with hate is never constructive, and introduces his idea to reach out to people's hearts rather than their minds.
Watch the full talk here.
15 years after the original series debuted, Netflix’s update of Queer Eye, has taken reality TV by storm again, with a brand-new “Fab Five” and an all-new setting: Atlanta, Georgia.
To help celebrate Pride join Bobby Berk (interior design), Karamo Brown (culture), Tan France (fashion), Antoni Porowski (food and wine) and Jonathan Van Ness (grooming) with them & Teen Vogue’s Phillip Picardi for an inside look at a smart, funny, surprisingly moving second season that finds the cast forging relationships with people from a wide array of backgrounds and beliefs. From social commentary to the best recipe for farm-to-table guacamole, Queer Eye simply has it all.
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