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Civil rights icon on inequality and ‘Selma’

Civil rights icon on inequality and ‘Selma’

01/16/15 01:47PM

Martin Luther King Jr. confidante Andrew Young weighs in on LBJ’s portrayal in “Selma” and race in Hollywood. And he and his son Andrew "Bo" Young, CEO of GiveLocally.com, talk about their new quest to tackle joblessness at the 2015 Hope Global Forum. watch

How ISIS became so dangerous, so quickly

How ISIS became so dangerous, so quickly

01/15/15 01:50PM

Fierce US-led airstrikes haven’t stopped ISIS from reportedly seizing almost a third of Syria. With Vocativ, we look back at how this militant force has mobilized and talk to MSNBC's Mikey Kay about his one-on-one with the radical cleric Omar Bakri. watch

Charlie Hebdo: Inside the new issue

Charlie Hebdo: Inside the new issue

01/14/15 06:29PM

A surviving journalist at Charlie Hebdo, Zineb el Rhazoui, shares the critical message the staff hoped to convey with the new issue of the most sought after magazine in the world right now. watch

Charlie Hebdo: Remembering Charb

Charlie Hebdo: Remembering Charb

01/14/15 04:11PM

Editor Stephane Charbonnier brought his fierce passion for free speech to life through his satirical cartoons. But there was a cost. His partner, Jeanette Bougrab, offers an inside look at the man who lived with a target on his back. watch

Charlie Hebdo: The Muslim Reaction

Charlie Hebdo: The Muslim Reaction

01/14/15 01:14PM

Many Muslims reacted with dismay to the latest cover of Charlie Hebdo -- seeing it as an insult to their faith. One prominent Arab activist explains how she hopes this renewed passion for free speech extends to the rights of Muslims around the world. watch

Charlie Hebdo survivors ‘shocked’

Charlie Hebdo survivors ‘shocked’

01/12/15 11:46AM

In an exclusive interview with Ronan Farrow, journalist Caroline Fourest, who is putting out the next edition of Charlie Hebdo, explains how survivors are dealing with the attack and working together again. watch

Paris Attack: I Am Charlie

Paris Attack: I Am Charlie

01/07/15 01:25PM

Millions flood social media to show their solidarity with the weekly satirical magazine after the terror attack on the publication’s offices in Paris. One hashtag emerging from the horror of this event #JeSuisCharlie, French for watch

Trans youth and suicide: An epidemic

Trans youth and suicide: An epidemic

01/05/15 06:00PM

The shocking death of one transgender teenager, Leelah Alcorn, sparked national mourning over the holidays.  Spokesperson for the Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation, Tiq Milan explains how it reveals a broader tragedy. watch

The Middle East chess game

The Middle East chess game

01/02/15 01:29PM

The Palestinian leadership took a dramatic step this week in its effort to become a recognized state. The Atlantic’s Steve Clemons talks with us how this step is not only an aggressive push for autonomy, but could land Israel in the International Criminal watch

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