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How Ferguson’s kids have been affected

How Ferguson’s kids have been affected

08/23/14 11:41AM

One thing that has been directly affected by all the chaos stemming from protests over Michael Brown's death is the classroom. MSNBC.com's Amanda Sakuma and Dr. Marva Robinson from the Association of Black Psychologists join to discuss. watch

Ebola outbreak growing increasingly dire

Ebola outbreak growing increasingly dire

08/23/14 10:49AM

Even with a recovery here at home, the Ebola outbreak in West Africa is growing increasingly dire. Aphaluck Batiasevi, spokesperson for WorldHealth.org and Dr. Alexander Van Tulleken discuss with Melissa Harris-Perry. watch

Rev. Al to lead march with Eric Garner's...

Rev. Al to lead march with Eric Garner's family

08/23/14 10:14AM

In New York City preparations are underway for a march led by Rev. Al Sharpton and the family of Eric Garner--the Staten Island man who died following his interaction with police in July. Todd Johnson from TheGrio.com joins to discuss. watch

Is ‘normal’ a desirable end for Ferguson?

Is ‘normal’ a desirable end for Ferguson?

08/23/14 10:00AM

It has been two weeks since the Ferguson community was thrust onto the national scene after the shooting death of Michael Brown by a police officer. Rev. Carl Kenney and Rev. Osagyefo Sekou discuss with Melissa Harris-Perry. watch

Ferguson shooting and unrest resonate in Atlanta-area demonstration

Latino communities must see Ferguson's fight as their own

08/20/14 05:14PM

The head of NDLON's #Not1More campaign outlines how Latino and immigrant activists can help prevent future police killings like that in Ferguson nearly two weeks ago: "We know the drill, because Michael Brown is not the first. But are we fed up enough to fight like we really want him to be the last?" read more

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