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The December 7 ‘MHP’ Syllabus

12/06/14 05:04PM

Sexual assault on college campuses is not a new phenomenon, but in recent months the issue has been brought into public discourse by several cases. This Sunday on Melissa Harris-Perry, we’ll discuss the sexual assault allegations made against Florida State quarterback Jameis Winston – allegations that Winston denies. read more

The December 7 ‘MHP’ Syllabus

12/06/14 05:04PM

Sexual assault on college campuses is not a new phenomenon, but in recent months the issue has been brought into public discourse by several cases. This Sunday on Melissa Harris-Perry, we’ll discuss the sexual assault allegations made against Florida State quarterback Jameis Winston – allegations that Winston denies. read more

Rap lyrics at center of Supreme Court case

Rap lyrics at center of Supreme Court case

12/06/14 12:57PM

This week the Supreme Court heard arguments in a landmark case that asks the Court to consider whether online threats constitute speech that is protected by the First Amendment. Tim Wu, Bryonn Bain, Janai Nelson and Michael Skolnik discuss free speech... watch

Policing problem 'a human issue'

Policing problem 'a human issue'

12/06/14 11:32AM

Nicole Paultre Bell, the fiancee of the late Sean Bell, who was fired upon by New York City police offers in 2006, talks about the recent grand jury decisions in the cases of Michael Brown and Eric Garner. watch

Young voices emerge in wake of Ferguson

Young voices emerge in wake of Ferguson

12/06/14 10:51AM

Phillip Agnew of the Dream Defenders and Millennial Activists United's Ashley Yates join to talk about their meeting with President Obama on building trust between the police and the communities they serve. watch

The December 6 'MHP' Syllabus

12/05/14 06:02PM

Another week, and another high profile non-indictment of a police officer. This time, the decision came from Staten Island where in July, NYPD officer Daniel Pantaleo wrestled 43-year-old Eric Garner to the ground by his neck while he said repeatedly - “I can’t breathe. read more

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