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A song performance for social justice

A song performance for social justice

01/17/15 11:49AM

Joe Chappel gives MHP a preview of the “Freedom Concert” in response to the non-indictments in the cases involving Michael Brown and Eric Garner. Malcolm J. Merriweather, Brennan Hall and Korland Simmons join Chappel for a special performance. watch

Supreme Court takes up marriage equality

Supreme Court takes up marriage equality

01/17/15 11:23AM

The U.S. Supreme Court is poised to make history in their upcoming decision on same-sex marriage. Kenji Yoshino, professor of constitutional law at the NYU School of Law, joins Melissa Harris-Perry to look at clues for how the justices will rule. watch

Is it Hillary Clinton’s ‘turn’?

Is it Hillary Clinton’s ‘turn’?

01/17/15 11:13AM

Does Mitt Romney potentially entering the Republican 2016 presidential race open the field wider, unlike Clinton entering the Democratic race makes the field smaller? Melissa Harris-Perry’s guests continue their discussion. watch

Can you call ‘dibs’ on the presidency?

Can you call ‘dibs’ on the presidency?

01/17/15 11:00AM

GRITtv’s Laura Flanders, The Nation’s Ari Berman, Salon’s Blake Zeff, and Republican strategist Joe Watkins join MHP to examine Mitt Romney’s potential presidential bid in 2016, and how Americans react to candidates they have seen before. watch

Does free speech have limits?

Does free speech have limits?

01/17/15 10:34AM

What is the state of free speech within the United States? Can there be limits placed on expression? Melissa Harris-Perry’s panelists discuss those questions and more. watch

Examining free speech in France

Examining free speech in France

01/17/15 10:13AM

Social justice comedian Negin Farsad and author Euny Hong join MHP’s table to examine the free speech situation in France in the wake of the recent terror attack in Paris. watch

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