The Cleveland emergency dispatcher who took the calls that led to the shooting death of 12-year-old Tamir Rice received only an eight-day suspension from the city's police chief. Samaria Rice, the mother of Tamir, and Subodh Chandra, attorney for the Rice family, join Rev. Al Sharpton. watch
Michael Lomax, President and CEO of the United Negro College Fund, and Stanley Nelson, director of "Tell Them We Are Rising," discuss the initiative for historically black colleges shifting from the Education Department to the White House. watch
Tom Perez, who was Secretary of Labor under President Obama, has been elected as the new Chair of the Democratic National Committee. Jamie Harrison, Chairman of the South Carolina Democratic Party, joins to discuss. watch
After one of the most political Super Bowls in recent memory, six New England Patriots players are taking a strong political stand. Dave Zirin of The Nation Magazine and former college basketball player and Obama aide Will Jawando join to discuss. watch
What does Betsy DeVos's nomination as Education Secretary mean for the future of public education and America's diverse student population? Randy Weingarten from the American Federation of Teachers and former Obama aide Will Jawando join to discuss. watch
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