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Ferguson curfew ends in seven arrests

Ferguson curfew ends in seven arrests

08/17/14 12:05PM

Todd Johnson, Multimedia Correspondent for the Grio, talks with Alex Witt about the latest developments in Ferguson overnight, including a shooting and the use of tear gas by police following Gov. Jay Nixon’s order for a town curfew. watch

Ferguson shines light on racial disparity

Ferguson shines light on racial disparity

08/16/14 01:51PM

Dafna Linzer, Managing Editor of MSNBC.com, and Washington Post Reporter David Nakamura join Alex Witt to discuss whether the events in Ferguson can fuel social change in the U.S., as well as the possibility for political recovery in Rick Perry’s future. watch

Assessing the US role in Iraq

Assessing the US role in Iraq

08/16/14 01:16PM

Bobby Ghosh, Managing Editor of Quartz, talks with Alex Witt about US influence in Iraq, the important roles of Kurdish and Iraqi forces on the ground, and what a new prime minister means for Iraq. watch

Analyzing the Ferguson PD response

Analyzing the Ferguson PD response

08/16/14 01:06PM

Missouri State Senator Maria Chappelle-Nadal shares with Alex Witt her reaction to the Ferguson PD’s use of tear gas in response to demonstrations and the release of the robbery video following the shooting of unarmed, black teenager Michael Brown. watch

'There's a Ferguson near you for everybody'

'There's a Ferguson near you for everybody'

08/16/14 12:33PM

John Gaskin, member of the NAACP National Board of Directors, and Dr. James Peterson, Director of Africana Studies at Lehigh University, join Alex Witt to discuss the return of unrest between demonstrators and police in Ferguson last night and how the sho watch

Questions about Ferguson PD go unanswered

Questions about Ferguson PD go unanswered

08/16/14 12:08PM

President of Board of Alderman in St. Louis Lewis Reed talks with Alex Witt about the Ferguson Police Department and whether their response to the shooting of Michael Brown reflects a local police department ill-equipped to handle the media attention or a watch

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