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    “MHP” provides edgy analysis and guest-driven discussion of political, cultural and community issues. Sunday’s topics include: Harry Potter & Geniuses, Voting Rights, and more.

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      “MHP” provides edgy analysis and guest-driven discussion of political, cultural and community issues. Sunday’s topics include: Harry Potter & Geniuses, Voting Rights, and more.
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      “MHP” provides edgy analysis and guest-driven discussion of political, cultural and community issues. Saturday’s guests include: Nina Turner, Tory Russell, Chloe Angyal, and more.
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How Obama is changing the US military

How Obama is changing the US military

01/25/13 07:00PM

MSNBC host Melissa Harris-Perry’s panel looks at why drone warfare has been widely used during the Obama administration and goes through the arguments for and against drone strikes. watch

Can President Obama end perpetual war?

Can President Obama end perpetual war?

01/25/13 07:00PM

Demos senior fellow Bob Herbert, The Nation’s Katrina vanden Heuvel, Wired’s Spencer Ackerman, and Ret. Col. Jack Jacobs imagine what a more peaceful world would look like and discuss whether it’s possible to finally stop continuous threats against the... watch

Where colleges can step in to help the hungry

Where colleges can step in to help the hungry

01/25/13 07:00PM

The University of Maryland’s Ben Simon helped create the Food Recovery Netowrk, which that donates unused food from college dining halls to nearby food banks and shelters. This makes him Melissa Harris Perry’s Food Soldier this week. watch

How women in combat will change the US...

How women in combat will change the US armed forces

01/25/13 07:00PM

Col. Jack Jacobs, Ret. Capt. Anu Bhagwati, The Nation’s Katrina vanden Heuvel, and Feministing.com’s Chloe Angyal respond to news about women on the front lines, and Melissa Harris-Perry reflects on moments throughout history where people found... watch

Roe victory faces challenges more than 40 years after win

01/25/13 04:57PM

Pro-choice supporters celebrated the 40th anniversary of the Roe v. Wade Supreme Court ruling this past Tuesday. The landmark case allowed women to make their own choices regarding reproductive rights, a topic formerly shielded from public debate. The controversial victory has since led to turbulence over the court's decision as individual... read more

(AP Photo/Jacquelyn Martin)

Women in combat? OK, but what about the sexual assaults?

01/24/13 04:30PM

In a move that surprised many, Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta announced a major change to Pentagon policy on Wednesday. He followed up with a press conference Thursday afternoon announcing that, as of 2016, women will be allowed to serve in frontline combat roles. Though women have in practice been serving in artillery, armor, and infantry... read more

(AP Photo/Marcio Jose Sanchez)

Child poverty rates increase unabated

01/24/13 08:08AM

Climate change, tax increases, and marriage equality are some of the major policy debate topics that have garnered much national attention in the past year. Child poverty, a less publicized yet vital issue, has surfaced again as a pressing public concern, with new statistics to go along with it. read more

(AP Photo/Cliff Owen)

Immigration reform isn't an 'if,' but a 'when'

01/22/13 11:44PM

President Obama's inauguration speech Monday highlighted founding American ideals as well as the necessary steps needed to ensure future prosperity. In that respect, the president mentioned climate change and LGBTQ rights, surprising some. But it wasn't at all unexpected to hear him allude to immigration reform.... read more

Myrlie Evers in 1965. (AP Photo/files)

Remembering the women who made a King

01/22/13 12:05PM

From President Obama continuing the National Day of Service tradition, to taking the oath of office with his hand on the King family bible, the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. was an unmistakable presence throughout Inauguration weekend.... read more

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