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An easy way to give on #GivingTuesday

An easy way to give on #GivingTuesday

11/27/17 11:23PM

For the 4th year in a row, MSNBC is the signature media partner for #GivingTuesday and The Last Word is making that easy for you with the #KIND Fund; Kids In Need of Desks. Check out lastworddesks.msnbc.com. watch

In difficult times, we turn to our poets

In difficult times, we turn to our poets

11/29/16 10:54PM

For #GivingTuesday, Lawrence talks with Joyce Chisale, one of the girls in Malawi who received a KIND scholarship to finish high school and wants to be a doctor. She explains what the scholarship means to her. Also a poet, she recites her poem, "Little by Little." watch

'City Year' works to reverse drop-out numbers

'City Year' works to reverse drop-out numbers

11/29/16 03:47PM

Kids who drop out are eight times as likely to become incarcerated and three times more likely to be unemployed. Ty Reeves and Erica Hamilton of City Year New York discuss how their organization is working to change those numbers. watch

How to help vets on #GivingTuesday

How to help vets on #GivingTuesday

11/29/16 12:53PM

Paul Rieckhoff, Iraq & Afghanistan Veterans of America, joins NBC's Andrea Mitchell to discuss how the military community is responding to Donald Trump's cabinet picks and how the American public can give back to veterans on #GivingTuesday. watch

#GivingTuesday: The power of blankets

#GivingTuesday: The power of blankets

11/29/16 10:53AM

Binkeez For Comfort is a non-profit that provides blankets to children facing life-threatening illnesses. Founder Susan Posterro explains how they are giving back on Giving Tuesday. watch

Lawrence reflects on his KIND Thanksgiving

Lawrence reflects on his KIND Thanksgiving

11/28/16 10:53PM

Lawrence spent Thanksgiving in Malawi giving desks to school children and scholarships to girls who wouldn't be able to finish school without them. He tells you how you can contribute to the KIND Fund for #GivingTuesday. watch

#LivedIt: From dusty desks to KIND Fund donor

#LivedIt: From dusty desks to KIND Fund donor

12/29/15 10:53PM

Dr. Acquillahs Muteti grew up going to school without a desk or shoes. Today he's an educator. He joins MSNBC's Lawrence O'Donnell to share his story and explain why he donated to the K.I.N.D. Fund. watch

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