March 2: Voting Rights, Tom Colicchio, food culture

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File Photo: Justice Antonin Scalia poses for photographers at the U.S. Supreme Court October 31, 2005 in Washington DC. Earlier in the day U.S. President...
File Photo: Justice Antonin Scalia poses for photographers at the U.S. Supreme Court October 31, 2005 in Washington DC. Earlier in the day U.S. President...
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On Saturday’s Up w/ Chris Hayes, we’ll talk about the Supreme Court’s record and jurisprudence on matters of race, in light of the oral arguments this week on Section 5 of the Voting Rights Act. Then Chris will sit down with renowned chef Tom Colicchio, executive producer of the new documentary “A Place at the Table,” about the epidemic of hunger in America. Chris will talk with Colicchio about the documentary, food culture, the restaurant industry and more.

Joining Chris at 8 AM ET on msnbc will be:

Tom Colicchio (@tomcolicchio), renowned chef, executive producer of the new documentary “A Place at the Table.”

Akhil Amar, Sterling Professor of Law at Yale Law School.

Judith Browne-Dianis, co-director of the Advancement Project.


Debo Adegbile, special counsel to the NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund.

Dale Ho (@dale_ho_bkny), assistant counsel to the Political Participation Group.

Andrew Moesel, spokesperson for the New York State Restaurant Association.

Saru Jayaraman (@SaruJayaraman), author of “Behind the Kitchen Door,” co-founder of Restaurant Opportunities Center.

Linda Greenhouse, opinion columnist for the New York Times website, former New York Times Supreme Court correspondent.

Victoria Bruton, restauarant worker and member of Restaurant Opportunities Center.

March 2: Voting Rights, Tom Colicchio, food culture

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