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Immigration hunger strike at White House rolls on

04/16/14 09:22PM

College student Cynthia Diaz and two other immigration activists ended their hunger strike pleading for executive action from President Obama, but the #Not1More protest isn't over. msnbc spoke with the Houston mother taking their place outside of the White House. read more

GOP candidate flips the script

GOP candidate flips the script

04/20/14 02:07PM

The MHP table discusses Richard Tisay, a pro-choice, pro-marriage equality and openly gay GOP candidate challenging a Democratic incumbent in Massachusetts' 6th district seat. watch

Residents look to exit diversifying community

Residents look to exit diversifying community

04/20/14 01:44PM

Melissa Harris-Perry talks about the group of predominately wealthy, white residents of East Baton Rouge Parish in Louisiana who are looking to separate themselves, their schools and their tax dollars from the rest of their parish, or county. watch

A model of success for integrated communities

A model of success for integrated communities

04/20/14 01:35PM

The community of Oak Park outside of Chicago, Illinois believe they have a model to tackle a problem that has plagued the country for decades: residential segregation. Rob Breymaier from the Oak Park Regional Housing Center, James Perry from the... watch

Has America made progress on fair housing?

Has America made progress on fair housing?

04/20/14 01:16PM

Although there has been some progress on housing desegregation, American neighborhoods are still a far from the ideal that was initially envisioned. Rob Breymaier from the Oak Park Regional Housing Center, James Perry from the Greater New Orleans Fair... watch

Immigration hunger strike rolls on

Immigration hunger strike rolls on

04/20/14 01:11PM

Melissa Harris-Perry brings an update on the University of Arizona student who was on a hunger strike protesting her immigrant mother’s detention. Also, another hunger striker joins the fight. watch

Troubling behavior some girls see as 'normal'

Troubling behavior some girls see as 'normal'

04/20/14 01:10PM

A new study suggests the reason so few young women report sexual violence and harassment because they view this type of behavior as “normal.” Heather Hlavka, author of the report “Normalizing Sexual Violence” joins "MHP" to discuss. watch

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