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'MHP' Syllabus: 8.30.15

08/29/15 05:56PM

This Sunday in #nerdland: Melissa Harris-Perry is live from D.C.! Being that we’re in the nation’s capital, it’s only fitting that we start the show off with a look at the political news of the day. First: Vice President Joe Biden is enjoying the positive publicity of someone who hasn’t declared – but we’ll look at some of the things that will... read more

The Gulf Coast rebuilding effort isn't over

The Gulf Coast rebuilding effort isn't over

08/29/15 10:42AM

James Perry, Laura Flanders, and Jelani Cobb join Melissa Harris-Perry to speak about the post-Katrina rebuilding effort on the Gulf Coast. The panel highlights the troubled history of the Road Home program and changes to the nearly $10 billion initiative. watch

The "pull of home" persists after Katrina

The "pull of home" persists after Katrina

08/29/15 10:33AM

For the tenth anniversary of Hurricane Katrina, MSNBC's Trymaine Lee reunited with Lucrece Phillips. The two first met after Phillips was rescued from her submerged 9th Ward home during the storm. Then, Lee speaks with Melissa Harris-Perry about what has changed in New Orleans since Hurricane Katrina. watch

'MHP' Syllabus: 8.29.15

08/28/15 06:31PM

This Saturday on MHP, we mark the 10th anniversary of Hurricane Katrina.As we remember those who were lost when the levees broke, we assess the New Orleans of today. The narrative around the city since the storm has been one of revitalization and growth, but it paints an incomplete picture. While four out of five white residents say the city has... read more

What Black Lives Matter means in New Orleans

What Black Lives Matter means in New Orleans

08/23/15 11:00AM

Ten years after the devastation of Hurricane Katrina, MSNBC's Trymaine Lee, Tracey Ross from the Center for American Progress and City Councilman Jason Rogers Williams join to discuss how the Black Lives Matter movement is a continuation of the story of Hurricane Katrina. watch


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MSNBC host Melissa Harris-Perry provides edgy analysis and guest-driven discussion of political, cultural and community issues. Saturdays and Sundays, 10 a.m. – noon ET on MSNBC.  

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