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'MHP' Syllabus: 7.12.15

This Sunday on Melissa Harris-Perry, the latest on world moneyproblems.
Melissa Harris Perry MHP The Syllabus
Melissa Harris Perry MHP The Syllabus

This Sunday on Melissa Harris-Perry, the latest on world moneyproblems. With the decision on Greece’s future in the eurozonehanging in the balance and a government under pressure by bank failures, we’ll have a conversation about the proposed bailout,the euro and the intersection of the European Union in Greece. Then, the Chinese stock market crash. Though the crash came to a halt this past week, Chinese stocks are down more than 30% in the last month, while investors and regulators are assessing the potential damage to the economy.  

Joining MHP to discuss world money:

• Lisa Cook, associate professor, Economics and International Relations, Michigan State University
• Peter Goodman, editor-in-chief, The International Business Times
• Gordon Chang, columnist, and author, "The Coming Collapse of China"

 Be sure to check out these interesting reads related to the discussion:

Also on MHP, the "Serena Slam". As Serena Williams wins hersixth Wimbledon singles title, and Misty Copeland is named the first African-American female principal dancer in American Ballet Theater history, we’ll take a closer look at the critique of women’s bodies in sports and the arts.  Plus how Title IX helped build the U.S. women’s soccer team that just won its third FIFA Women’s World Cup championship.

All that plus, the movie that has everyone running to the theaters, the hit male stripper sequel ‘Magic Mike XXL’.Wediscuss the unexpected feminism in a film that is a celebration of women. Then R&B singer/song-writer, Bilal, will be joining #nerdland to give a performance from his new album, ‘In Another Life’. Check out one of his latest hits

Be sure to read what we’ve linked above, and watch Melissa Harris-Perry Sunday at 10am ET on msnbc. Join the conversation—share your thoughts about these issues on Facebook and Twitter with the hashtag #nerdland.