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The April 20 'MHP' Syllabus

04/19/14 09:05PM

Why did LBJ need another law to make sure part of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 would be enforced? Why do Republicans do a better job of getting people to the polls, and can Democrats reverse the trend in time for November? And how has sexual violence become "normal"? All that, plus award-winning playwright Pearl Cleage, on a special Easter Sunday edition of #nerdland! 10am ET, msnbc. read more

Immigration hunger strike at White House rolls on

04/16/14 09:22PM

College student Cynthia Diaz and two other immigration activists ended their hunger strike pleading for executive action from President Obama, but the #Not1More protest isn't over. msnbc spoke with the Houston mother taking their place outside of the White House. read more

How do Americans decide who they fear?

How do Americans decide who they fear?

04/19/14 02:00PM

Melissa Harris-Perry talks about the debate on the fears we should ignore to preserve freedom and those that should be confronted to strengthen security. Dorian Warren, Linda Sarsour, Richard Cohen and Omar Farah discuss. watch

Rooting out racial bias in the justice system

Rooting out racial bias in the justice system

04/19/14 01:20PM

North Carolina's Supreme Court is to decide the fate of inmates whose lives were spared by the Racial Justice Act, which permits defendants and inmates to challenge death sentences by presenting statistical evidence of racial bias. Tanya Greene from... watch

Will latest diplomatic deal hold in Ukraine?

Will latest diplomatic deal hold in Ukraine?

04/19/14 01:07PM

The back and forth between Ukraine and Russia continues in spite of an interim agreement reached by diplomatic representatives. NBC's Jim Maceda, Dorian Warren, Nina Khrushcheva, Dafna Linzer and Alexander Motyl discuss. watch

Can the NCAA be motivated to change?

Can the NCAA be motivated to change?

04/19/14 12:45PM

The MHP panel--Dorian Warren from Columbia University, Vocativ's Amy K. Nelson, ESPN's Jemele Hill and  ProPublica's David Epstein--preview the vote by Northwestern scholarship players to potentially form a union. watch

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