MSNBC's Joy Reid joins from Empowerment Temple in Baltimore, where a town hall meeting took place Tuesday evening that saw residents airing grievances over poor relations between the community and law enforcement in the city. watch
Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake holds a late Monday press conference on the Baltimore riots, discussing plans to begin mitigating the tension and violence that wracked the city on Monday. watch
Gray family lawyer William Murphy reacts to the riots in Baltimore, Maryland on Monday, likening the relationship between African-Americans and the city of Baltimore to a "bad marriage" in need of counseling. watch
Rev. Jamal Bryant, the pastor who delivered the eulogy for Freddie Gray on Monday, reacts to the protests and skirmishes between police and civilians that enveloped the city of Baltimore, Maryland on Monday. watch
Eric Holder stepped down today as Attorney General, while 40 miles away from Washington, protests continued in response to the death of 25-year-old Freddie Gray, who suffered a spinal injury in police custody. Chris Hayes examines Holder's legacy and what watch
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