Following Donald Trump's outlandish comments directed at Colin Kaepernick and NFL players who kneel for the National Anthem, the league saw virtually all of its teams come together in some form of solidarity during the Anthem for Sunday's slate of games — some knelt, others interlocked arms, and the Pittsburgh Steelers even remained in the locker room for the song.

Now seemingly more than any other time in recent memory, individuals are asking the question: when is the right time for black people to protest? This in turn is exactly the topic that Trevor Noah tackled on a recent episode of The Daily Show.

Noah ultimately dove into the backlash that NFL players, Stevie Wonder and ESPN commentator Jemele Hill have received after speaking out against racism. To hear what all he had to say, press play above.

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