Generations of children may have been poisoned by lead and arsenic in East Chicago, Indiana. Shaunte O'Berry, a resident of the housing complex, and the lead attorney in the case, Kate Walz, join to discuss. watch
After being criticized for talking about African Americans to largely white audiences, Donald Trump finally made his first visit to a black church in Detroit. Bishop Wayne T. Jackson, who hosted Trump, joins Rev. Al Sharpton to discuss. watch
250 miles away from Flint, Michigan, we're seeing another shocking example of environmental injustice that may have affected generations of kids. State Sen. Lonnie Randolph, D-Ind. joins Al Sharpton. watch
Green Party candidate Jill Stein is trying to position herself as the option for progressives who don't want either Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump. Stein joins to discuss her poll numbers and criticisms against Clinton. watch
This week, organizers formally announced the Obama’s library will be built in Jackson Park on Chicago’s South Side. Columnist for the Chicago Tribune, Clarence Page, joins Rev. Al Sharpton to discuss what the President’s library will mean for that neighborhood. watch
Donald Trump is making voter ID laws part of the 2016 debate. While some have been able to overturn the laws, 13 states still have voting restrictions for the first time ever in a presidential election. Co-director of the Voting Rights Project, Marcia Johnson-Blanco, and National Reporter for MSNBC.com, Zachary Roth, join Rev. Al Sharpton to... watch
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