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    'He thinks he's Biggie Smalls?': Capehart torches Trump's 'unbelievably racist' remarks

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  • Joy Reid details life and love of slain civil rights leader Medgar Evers in new book

    05:59
  • The untold history of the first Black astronauts

    04:45
  • Joy Reid's 'Medgar and Myrlie' a 'love story' telling the fuller story of the civil rights movement

    08:04
  • 'Genius: MLK/X' highlights contributions of women to the civil rights movement

    09:55
  • 'This Is The Honey' is a new anthology of contemporary Black poetry

    07:50
  • “It is a sin and a shame”: Exposing Racism in the U.S. Tax Code

    08:32
  • 'Humanization is the medicine; It's key to understanding': Ava DuVernay on her new film 'Origin' 

    07:04
  • 'Journalism takes its hits, but that's what makes the Dupont-Columbia Awards so special'

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  • Ava DuVernay explores race and class in new film ‘Origin’

    09:07
  • New book reveals the 'gut-wrenching and appalling' history of a Jim Crow asylum

    06:29
  • 'Legacy' looks at a physician's experience with racism in medicine

    05:09
  • Virginia House’s first Black speaker ‘excited about the future’

    06:13
  • ‘She knows better’: Nikki Haley defends comments that America has never been a racist country

    07:06
  • Triumph, anxiety, humor at the heart of book on race and identity

    07:44
  • In Iowa and beyond, Haley's other opponent is the elephant in the room

    11:20
  • Ava DuVernay on her new film ‘Origin’ and the ‘intellectual Indiana Jones’ at its center

    08:18
  • Claudine Gay’s case reflects history of discrediting Black intelligence

    08:43
  • Velshi: The true story & the forces behind Claudine Gay’s ouster from Harvard

    09:27
  • What new right-wing culture war tactics are really about

    08:47

Former police chief: There are two levels of police service for the affluent vs. the marginalized

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In the wake of the Brooklyn subway shooter being apprehended after calling the NYPD tip line on himself, we address the unpretty truth that most crimes do not get solved by the police, or even reported to law enforcement. The ones that do, often get solved because the perpetrator makes a mistake, leaves behind evidence, or turns themselves in. Joy Reid and her expert panel discuss this, and the Michigan traffic stop that ended in the deadly police shooting of an unarmed Black man.