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Saturday 10:00 AM on MSNBC Premiered Feb 18, 2012 Between Seasons

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  • The Summer of 'Anti-Immigration Sentiment'

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    7/11/15

    Melissa Harris-Perry and her panel discuss how Republican politicians are addressing border control and what aspects of immigration policy these politicians are overlooking.
  • NAACP CEO: Activist Had 'Patriotic Gutsiness'

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    7/11/15

    Bree Newsome, the activist who removed the Confederate Flag from the South Carolina Capitol grounds, and NAACP President and CEO Cornell William Brooks speak about the flag's permanent removal.
  • Redlining 'Never Went Away,' But Could It?

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    7/11/15

    The Obama administration wants to enforce the Fair Housing Act. Melissa Harris-Perry and her panel discuss how federal efforts could change housing inequality.
  • Imagining a United States With Fair Housing

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    7/11/15

    How would the US look if the government had actively enforced the Fair Housing Act in 1968? Lisa Rice, Basil Smikle, Thomas Sugrue, and James Perry join Melissa Harris-Perry to discuss.
  • Mother Detained After Int'l Custody Battle

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    7/2/15

    A South Korean citizen with a U.S. born daughter has been detained in two separate jails in California since last July. According to the state, she is a child abductor, but according to her, she had no choice. Hyejin Shim and Zachary Nightingale discuss.moreless
  • Deciphering Obama's 'Amazing Grace' Moment

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    6/30/15

    Robert Traynham, Kelly Brown Douglas, Julian Zelier and Kai Wright talk about President Obama's eulogy at Rev. Pinckney's funeral from a theological perspective.
  • Beyond the Flag: Symbol vs. Substance

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    6/28/15

    Former South Carolina Republican Party Chair Katon Dawson and MSNBC's Beth Fouhy discuss the policy changes needed in the wake of the Charleston church shooting.
  • Eternal Activist Grace Lee Boggs Turns 100

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    6/27/15

    For seven decades Grace Lee Boggs, a philosopher, writer and activist, has been engaged with some of the most impactful U.S. social movements of the last century.
  • Can Unity After Charleston Tragedy Last?

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    6/25/15

    Will the solidarity formed in the aftermath of the tragedy in Charleston's Emanuel AME Church last? Bob Herbert and Rev. Dr. Jacqui Lewis discuss with Melissa Harris-Perry.
  • New Doc Aims to Tell Stories of Gun Deaths

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    6/23/15

    Nick Doob and Shari Cookson join Melissa Harris-Perry to talk about their new documentary, "Requiem For The Dead," which explores the effect of gun violence in the United States.
  • Defining Racism in America

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    6/20/15

    How does a 21-year-old end up with a 150-year-old analysis of race in America? Melissa Harris-Perry and her guests explore the factors involved in the mass shooting at the Emanuel AME Church in Charleston, S.C.moreless
  • MHP: Attack Was Act of Racial Terror

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    6/20/15

    To walk into the womb of Mother Emmanuel, to worship for an hour with her people, to take their lives in calculating, cold blood, is to strike at the very heart of the black American struggle for freedom," says Melissa Harris-Perry.moreless
  • The Politics of SC and Race

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    6/20/15

    Trymaine Lee reports on what’s next for Dylann Roof, and Melissa Harris-Perry and her guests examine the political reactions to the church shooting.
  • MHP: the Struggle Continues for LGBT Rights

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    6/14/15

    Melissa Harris-Perry looks back on the history of LGBT rights in America as Pride Month gets underway.
  • Rachel Dolezal and the Politics of Passing

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    6/14/15

    Melissa Harris-Perry talks with Allyson Hobbs, the woman who literally wrote the book about passing as another race in America, about the Rachel Dolezal story and how people have responded.
  • Disparity in Prize Money in World of Soccer

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    6/7/15

    As the FIFA Women's World Cup gets underway, many are hoping the perceived culture of gender inequality in the world of soccer will come to an end.
  • Majority of US Living in a 'Different America'

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    6/7/15

    Though the economy continues to recover, income and wealth inequality are getting increasing attention from the American people. Tamara Draut of Demos, NBCNews.com's Raul Reyes and The New York Times' Anand Giridharadas join to discuss.moreless
  • Teen's Daring Escape from Boko Haram

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    4/22/15

    One year after nearly 300 Nigerian girls were kidnapped from their school by Boko Haram, Saa, one of the young women who escaped, joins Joy Reid and her guests.
  • Obama to Use Pardon Power More Aggressively

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    4/4/15

    As President Obama offers clemency to 22 low-level drug offenders, Melissa Harris-Perry talks with Glenn Martin, Dafna Linzer, Richard Tafel, and David Cohen about the president’s power to commute federal drug sentences.
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