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A new frontier in reproductive justice?

A new frontier in reproductive justice?

05/10/15 10:41AM

While the practice of surrogacy is gaining in popularity, it remains unregulated. In today's modern family - who has claim to an embryo? Melissa Brisman, Danielle Moodie-Mills and Michael Skolnik discuss Sofia Vergara's legal battle with her ex-fiancee... watch

Highlighting young people at helm of protests

Highlighting young people at helm of protests

05/10/15 10:15AM

New York Times Magazine's Jay Caspian Kang, Tara Conley of Race Forward, The Washington Post's Wesley Lowery and Michael Skolnik of discuss the national protest movement against police violence and how coverage of the young people... watch

The making of a modern movement

The making of a modern movement

05/10/15 10:00AM

The movement against police violence in America has been propelled by the grassroots activism of young people, who amplified the frustration of individuals and communities into a national campaign for social justice. DeRay McKesson, co-founder of... watch

'MHP' Syllabus: 5.10.15

05/09/15 08:12PM

This Sunday on MHP, it’s about the mothers.In Cleveland, Samaria Rice mourns her son Tamir, who was shot and killed by a police officer almost six months ago. 12-year-old Tamir’s death caught the attention of the nation, but despite the protests and outrage, Samaria has yet to bury her son because of the dragging criminal investigation into his... read more

Baltimore and US history of housing...

Baltimore and US history of housing segregation

05/09/15 10:13AM

More than 100 years of housing policy -- from segregation laws to restrictive covenants to urban renewal to the subprime mortgage crisis -- have created a Baltimore that is segregated and deeply unequal to this day. MHP and her guests discuss. watch

How policy built segregation in Baltimore

How policy built segregation in Baltimore

05/09/15 10:00AM

Baltimore is among the most segregated cities in the country. Melissa Harris-Perry notes that "neither the segregation nor the problems that attend it are accidental," and shows how decades of local and federal policy made it what it is today. watch


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MSNBC host Melissa Harris-Perry provides edgy analysis and guest-driven discussion of political, cultural and community issues. Saturdays and Sundays, 10 a.m. – noon ET on MSNBC.  

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