Melissa Harris-Perry


... more Duration: {{video.duration.momentjs}}

Melissa Harris-Perry StoriesRSS

select from:

E.g., 2/23/2020
E.g., 2/23/2020
Students call for meaningful diversity on...

Students call for meaningful diversity on campuses

11/29/15 11:00AM

For more than a year, many American college campuses have been the sites of student organizing and direct action protest. Julian Vasquez Heilig, Allyson Hobbs, Joshua Guild and Khalil Gibran Muhammad join to discuss. watch

First of six officers to be tried in Gray...

First of six officers to be tried in Gray case

11/29/15 10:49AM

The justice system responded quickly in Baltimore in the Freddie Gray case. Dorian Warren, Seema Iyer, Raul Reyes and Gray family attorney Judge William H. Murphy join to discuss the first of six separate trials for the police officers charged. watch

Freddie Gray case set to go to trial

Freddie Gray case set to go to trial

11/29/15 10:39AM

The trial is set to begin in Baltimore for the first of six officers charged in the death of Freddie Gray, with a jury selection scheduled for Monday. Seema Iyer, Dorian Warren and Raul Reyes join to discuss. watch

Cruz makes a big leap in Iowa poll

Cruz makes a big leap in Iowa poll

11/29/15 10:00AM

As the Republican field takes shape, Texas Senator Ted Cruz is looking more like a real contender, with the poll numbers and the money to go the distance. Dorian Warren, Raul Reyes, Susan Del Percio and Zephyr Teachout join to discuss. watch

'MHP' Syllabus: 11.29.15

11/28/15 07:47PM

This Sunday in #nerdland: 2016 Politics, a non-sequestered jury, and student activism.Wake up to our morning politics play-by-play! How much do we really know about Ted Cruz, the Texas senator, who once read the “Green Eggs and Ham” on the senate floor? We’ll take a look at his position on the right as he surges in the polls. With the Republican... read more

What the future holds for Planned Parenthood

What the future holds for Planned Parenthood

11/28/15 11:04AM

Alexis McGill Johnson, former Chair of Planned Parenthood Federation of America and David S. Cohen of Drexel University join to discuss the tough year for Planned Parenthood and what the future holds in wake of the shooting in Colorado. watch

Why did it take 400 days to charge Van Dyke?

Why did it take 400 days to charge Van Dyke?

11/28/15 10:29AM

It took prosecutors 400 days to charge Chicago police officer Jason Van Dyke with first-degree murder in the death of 17-year-old Laquan McDonald, a shooting which was captured on video. Charlene Carruthers of the Black Youth Project's BYP 100 and Omar Wasow from Princeton University join to discuss. watch

Was attack on Planned Parenthood terrorism?

Was attack on Planned Parenthood terrorism?

11/28/15 10:13AM

Police have not yet determined what motivated the gunman who held a Colorado Planned Parenthood under siege, but the possibility of the clinic being a target was enough for the building to have a "security room", according to the New York Times. Terrorism intelligence consultant Malcolm Nance joins to discuss. watch

Deadly shooting at Colorado Planned...

Deadly shooting at Colorado Planned Parenthood

11/28/15 10:00AM

NBC's Leann Gregg, David S. Cohen from Drexel University, Rep. Hakeem Jeffries, D-N.Y., MSNBC's Irin Carmon and Dr. Jonathan Metzl from the Center for Medicine, Health and Society at Vanderbilt University, discuss the deadly attack that took place Friday at a Colorado Planned Parenthood. watch

'MHP' Syllabus: 11.28.15

11/28/15 07:47AM

This Saturday in #nerdland: Protests in Chicago, school segregation, and Melissa Harris-Perry!But first, we’ll begin with the story that unfolded less than 24 hours ago in Colorado, where a shooter opened fire at a Planned Parenthood clinic in Colorado Springs.            After 400 days, a first-degree murder charge has been brought against... read more


About Melissa Harris-Perry

MSNBC host Melissa Harris-Perry provides edgy analysis and guest-driven discussion of political, cultural and community issues.