IE 11 is not supported. For an optimal experience visit our site on another browser.
  • UP NEXT

    Wes Moore: ‘Incredibly powerful’ to see the president ‘acknowledging’ Black Americans’ pain

    06:40
  • Biden address energizes hope for public safety and police reform legislation 

    08:20
  • Biden shows sensitivity in honoring Tyre Nichols in State of the Union address

    01:18
  • George Floyd's brother: I want to hear the George Floyd Justice in Policing Act will be passed

    07:38
  • Fmr. AG Eric Holder: Republicans ‘okay with getting fewer votes' as long as they hold onto 'power'

    06:12
  • College Board SVP: AP African American studies course offers digital library with Coates, Crenshaw

    07:12
  • Neo-Nazis intent on race war target U.S. infrastructure

    07:05
  • CRT creator: If you are concerned by America’s rightward drift you must get involved

    06:13
  • Neo-Nazi among 2 charged with plot to ‘completely destroy’ Baltimore

    06:37
  • 'The 1619 Project' is the story of America, says Nikole Hannah-Jones

    12:03
  • Scholar Kimberlé Crenshaw on the new 'segregation' of knowledge

    08:33
  • The Black National Anthem reminds us ‘we have not yet achieved the kind of justice that we richly deserve’

    08:04
  • #VelshiBannedBookClub: Revisiting “The 1619 Project” with Nikole Hannah-Jones

    08:39
  • Velshi: Qualified Immunity shields police from accountability

    05:34
  • House GOP vote to remove Ilhan Omar ‘demonized and targeted a Black Muslim woman’ Obeidallah says

    04:45
  • MAGA rebuked on TV: See Ebro tell U.S. to face ‘Who we are' from Jan. 6 to police brutality

    06:58
  • Marjorie Taylor Greene embarrasses herself with misinformed talking point

    02:24
  • How qualified immunity shields police from accountability

    09:29
  • Ta-Nehisi Coates on the right-wing backlash to teaching Black history

    17:09
  • Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee on Biden meeting: We hope to collaborate with Republicans on police reform

    05:30

Co-founder of Black Lives Matter mourns her cousin Keenan dying after being tased by LA police

06:51

The Los Angeles Police Department has released body cam footage showing its officers tasing Keenan Darnell Anderson on January 3rd. Police say Anderson, a teacher and father, died at a hospital after he suffered a medical emergency about four hours after he was arrested. Co-founder of Black Lives Matter Patrisse Cullors shares about her cousin Keenan telling Joy Reid, "Keenan was a mentor. He was a teacher. He was a proud family member."