Tiffany Haddish says don't be fooled by loud-mouthed promoters of racism and hate -- especially toward African-Americans ... because they're outnumbered by good people.
Tiffany joined us on "TMZ Live" Monday, and she got choked up talking about events in Kenosha and Portland this past week, but some rays of hope surfaced.
While fighting back tears, she says that she considers herself an optimistic person ... but it only goes so far in the wake of all the strife and violence.
Tiffany, who's become a leader in the social justice movement ... thinks 15% - 25% of the country harbor extreme hatred toward blacks, but she seems to think there's security in numbers, and the numbers are in favor of racial equality.
Tiffany raised eyebrows a few weeks back on Carmelo Anthony's podcast when she said she's scared to have kids because she's worried about themgrowing up Black in America. She has a solution that is awesome and inspiring.
Speaking of awesome, Tiff's celebrating an Emmy nom for her Netflix special, "Black Mitzvah." Y'know her speech would be hilarious ... good luck!