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    Abortion rights activists offer suggestions on how to fight for reproductive freedoms

    07:28
  • Rep. Stacey Plaskett: “Feckless” McCarthy “wants to hide among masses” 

    04:20
  • “They got their way”: Last abortion clinic in ND moving across state lines

    05:08
  • TX State Sen. Gutierrez sues Texas DPS: “What I don’t get is the lies”

    04:17
  • Nancy Northup: ‘Devastating’ Dobbs decision was ‘just judicial activism’

    05:43
  • Robin Rue Simmons: “It must start. That’s how you seek reparations. You start.”

    07:45
  • Rep. Dean: “It’s a very dangerous time” 

    06:18
  • Watergate vs 1/6: “There wasn’t really the cult of Nixon as there it the cult of Trump”

    09:27
  • Rep. Stacey Plaskett: “Donald Trump isn’t interested in our democracy.”

    06:27
  • Fmr. Sr. Pence Adviser: “I’ve been wanting my former boss to come forward”

    05:28
  • W. Kamau Bell urges men to stand up for abortion rights

    07:15
  • Michael Cohen: ‘Donald Trump is the greatest grifter in the history of the United States’

    06:26
  • Rep. Debbie Dingell: Dems need to understand election denial is pervasive

    06:27
  • Ret. Police Cpt. Sonia Pruitt: Law enforcement not being heard on gun reforms

    04:58
  • #VelshiBannedBookClub: Todd Strasser talks ‘Give a Boy a Gun’ 

    06:35
  • NH Rep. Annie Kuster: “There are Republicans that will that will be shocked”

    06:52
  • Fmr. Sr Pence advisor: He knew “what he was going into” on Jan. 6th and “he stepped in”

    04:44
  • Joe Walsh: responsible gun owners should “get off of our ass” and call for gun reform

    05:00
  • Ruth Ben-Ghiat: Coups are fast, violent & take planning. That’s what happened on Jan. 6th

    05:05
  • Fmr. Impeachment Manager Rep. Stacey Plaskett: “What we alleged was true”

    05:57

Tamir Rice’s mother pushes Justice Dept. to reopen the case of her son’s killing: 'It’s a nightmare'

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While Derek Chauvin will be sentenced to prison for murdering George Floyd, so many more Black families have lost loved ones unjustly to police without any accountability. One of those families is that of Tamir Rice, a 12-year-old who was killed by a white officer in Cleveland after he was seen brandishing a toy gun at a local park. His mother Samaria Rice joins Ali Velshi to discuss what Chauvin’s conviction meant to her and why her family is urging the U.S. Attorney General to re-open the 7-year-old case and consider charges against the officer involved. “As of now, he’s a civilian walking around Ohio...He needs to be in jail for the murder of my son for life. My life is destroyed. My family's life is destroyed, and I just have to, you know, continue to do what I need to do to build Tamir's legacy.”