All In StoriesRSS

select from:

E.g., 2/12/2016
E.g., 2/12/2016
Baltimore's toxic legacy

Baltimore's toxic legacy

12/14/15 07:48PM

According to a lawsuit, Freddie Gray and his sisters were poisoned as children by chipping lead paint in their home. Their story is a familiar one in Baltimore’s low income neighborhoods, as housing advocate Ruth Ann Norton explains. watch

Back to Baltimore: What is next

Back to Baltimore: What is next

12/11/15 09:53PM

Long-time resident Sherrilyn Ifill, President of the NAACP's Legal Defense Fund, and author D. Watkins, who grew up in Baltimore, talk with Chris Hayes about how the city can move forward, even as the trials begin for the six police officers charged in connection with the death of Freddie Gray. watch

Back to Baltimore: Witness to History

Back to Baltimore: Witness to History

12/11/15 09:26PM

Former Congressman Kweisi Mfume discusses the unrest that fell on Baltimore in April 1968, following the death of Martin Luther King, and the unrest that the city experienced nearly a half century later, in April 2015. watch

Pages

About All In with Chris Hayes

Each night on the Emmy Award-winning 'All In', Chris Hayes partakes in lively conversations and debates with his guests.  Hayes covers not only the biggest news stories of the day, but also the issues that are personally important to him including social justice and the environment.

Maximum Wage - All In

#inners

Latest Book