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Amey Esparza puts her "I Voted" sticker on after casting her ballot at John Fremont Middle School on November 6, 2012 in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Join Joy Reid's #1Voter Challenge

08/29/14 03:54PM

Voting is, in my humble opinion, the most important and profound expression of citizenship. It’s also a power that’s important enough that people in power exerted tremendous and sometimes violent effort to prevent whole groups of Americans from exercising it – from women, to African-Americans to young Americans. read more

SCOTUS and the future of voting rights

SCOTUS and the future of voting rights

09/30/14 02:52PM

With cuts to Ohio’s early voting days and North Carolina’s early voting on the chopping block, Joy Reid weighs in how the Supreme Court will impact the future of voting rights in this country. watch

Netanyahu: ISIS, Hamas share ‘fanatic...

Netanyahu: ISIS, Hamas share ‘fanatic ideology’

09/29/14 01:59PM

Joy Reid talks to the Global Post’s Noga Tarnopolsky, and Zainab Salbi, about Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s speech at the U.N. General Assembly. Then, NBC’s Chris Jansing and Nia-Malika Henderson discuss President Obama’s interview about ISI watch

Why Eric Holder made his announcement now

Why Eric Holder made his announcement now

09/26/14 02:15PM

Joy Reid talks with Attorney General Eric Holder about Ferguson, continuity at the Department of Justice, and why he made his resignation decision now. The Washington Post’s Jonathan Capehart joins to discuss. watch

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