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'MHP' Syllabus: 3.15.15

03/14/15 06:56PM

This Sunday in #nerdland: Wisconsin, wages, and way too much information.First, the community response in Madison, Wisconsin since the death of Tony Robinson, an unarmed 19-year-old youth, who was shot and killed by a police officer a week ago. Also in Wisconsin reaction to Governor Scott Walker, the not yet declared Republican Presidential... read more

Encouraging racial discourse on campus

Encouraging racial discourse on campus

03/14/15 11:11AM

University of Oklahoma student Aubriana Busby joins Melissa Harris-Perry’s panel to talk about “Unheard,” a silent protest representing the needs and demands of African American students on their campus, and how the campaign has grown. watch

What it’s like to be white in Ferguson

What it’s like to be a white citizen in Ferguson

03/14/15 10:14AM

What is happening with the 29% of Ferguson who is white? How have the protests, national media attention, and DOJ report detailing the city's pattern and practice of racial inequality changed how they feel about their city? Msnbc’s Amanda Sakuma reports. watch

Ferguson reacts to shooting, DOJ report

Ferguson reacts to shooting, DOJ report

03/14/15 10:00AM

Police are looking for the people responsible for shooting two police officers during a protest outside of the Ferguson police station. The shooting came as Ferguson's city government struggles with the fallout of a damning Department of Justice report. watch

'MHP' Syllabus: 3.14.15

03/13/15 05:16PM

This Saturday on MHP Melissa is back in the studio in New York and there is a whole lot to get to.First off: Ferguson.Thursday morning, two Ferguson police officers were shot during a protest outside the police station. Both officers are expected to make a full recovery.  We’ll have the latest on the manhunt for the shooter … but so too will we... read more

Rosa Parks On Bus

Rosa Parks' final lesson: Never stop fighting

03/09/15 06:40PM

Rosa Parks had a nightmare the night after the Selma-to-Montgomery march. Living in Detroit, Parks had answered the call when marchers were brutalized by police on the Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma to come down to Alabama to march again. She joined the last leg of the march from Selma to Montgomery, her trip financed by the United Automobile... read more

The legacy Selma left behind

The legacy Selma left behind

03/08/15 11:24AM

Rep. Terri Sewell, the first African American woman to ever serve in Alabama's Congressional delegation, and her mother, Nancy Sewell, discuss the legacy of the 1965 march in Selma. watch


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