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Tuesday, December 31, 2013

Dark New Climate Change Report Shows 'Devastating' Effects - http://huff.to/1gjVoMx

Person of the year Time magazine chose Pope Francis as their person of the year in 2013. Lawrence O’Donnell, Joy Reid, Richard Wolffe, Nia-Malika Henderson and Josh Barro make their own picks for that prestigious award in The Last Word year-ender special.


Michele Bachmann links Muslim Brotherhood to 9/11, backs Egypt's bloody crackdown

The first annual "Dumb, Dumb and Dumber Award" for 2013 goes to Michelle Bachmann for her statements in Cairo.



Michele Bachmann links Muslim Brotherhood to 9/11, backs Egypt's bloody crackdown

Didn’t see that coming! 2013’s biggest surprises Joy Reid, Richard Wolffe, Nia-Malika Henderson and Josh Barro join Lawrence O’Donnell to round up the biggest political surprises of 2013 in The Last Word year-ender special MSNBC




Best and worst political moves of 2013 | MSNBC

Federal Judge Upholds Majority of New York Gun Law - NYTimes.com

"New York was the first state to pass new gun laws after the Newtown shooting. The judge’s ruling offered a victory to gun control advocates at the end of a year when relatively few new restrictions were passed in state capitals, and efforts to pass new legislation on the federal level were driven back in Congress."

Monday, December 30, 2013

The Slow Demise of Capital Punishment - NYTimes.com

More states are coming to recognize that the death penalty is arbitrary, racially biased and prone to catastrophic error. Even those that have not abolished capital punishment are no longer carrying it out in practice.

The Slow Demise of Capital Punishment - NYTimes.com

Surge in health insurance enrollments? A record number of people visited healthcare.gov on the last day to buy coverage effective January 1st. Lawrence O’Donnell discusses with Howard Dean, Ezra Klein, and Carl Gibson.




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The Last Taboo - Jennifer Michael Hecht - POLITICO Magazine

"On Real Time with Bill Maher last August, Maher asked his guest, newly retired Rep. Barney Frank, if he felt liberated now that he was a private citizen. Frank said he did, since he no longer gets phone calls saying someone screwed something up and he has to “unscrew it.” Maher pressed on, saying, “You were in a fairly safe district. You were not one of those congresspeople who have to worry about every little thing. You could come on this show and sit next to a pot-smoking atheist, and it wouldn’t bother you.” Frank shot back: “Which pot-smoking atheist were you talking about?” Then he pointed back and forth to Maher and himself."

Read more: http://www.politico.com/magazine/story/2013/12/the-last-taboo-atheists-politicians-100901.html#ixzz2ovxOetO7

The Last Taboo - Jennifer Michael Hecht - POLITICO Magazine

Sunday, December 29, 2013

Where Poor and Uninsured Americans Live - Interactive Map - NYTimes.com

"The 26 Republican-dominated states not participating in an expansion of Medicaid are home to a disproportionate share of the nation’s poorest uninsured residents. Eight million will be stranded without insurance"

Seeing the positive changes brought by the federal health law - latimes.com

"Despite a troubled rollout, as many as 20 million people have gained access to coverage. But GOP lawmakers have blocked wider access to Medicaid, and House Republicans' hostility is making it impossible to fix flaws."

http://www.latimes.com/business/la-fi-hiltzik-20131224,0,1425488.column#ixzz2ovE6c2mG

So… was that racist? It seems that one person’s obvious bigotry is another person’s “accidental racism.” The MHP panel brings some clarity to the confusion with a rapid fire round that asks – was that racist?




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There’s nothing ‘post’ about our racial angst Though some claim we live in a post-racial era, the nation’s angst about race surfaced in big ways in 2013.




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Climate change by the numbers: The worst is yet to come - Salon.com

A Deadly Mix in Benghazi - The New York Times

"Months of investigation by The New York Times, centered on extensive interviews with Libyans in Benghazi who had direct knowledge of the attack there and its context, turned up no evidence that Al Qaeda or other international terrorist groups had any role in the assault. The attack was led, instead, by fighters who had benefited directly from NATO’s extensive air power and logistics support during the uprising against Colonel Qaddafi. And contrary to claims by some members of Congress, it was fueled in large part by anger at an American-made video denigrating Islam."

The state of equality in America What does the ‘Duck Dynasty’ controversy say about the state of LGBT rights and race relations in America? The MHP panel discusses if the victories for marriage equality in 2013 overshadowed the dismal year for voting rights.



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When the Mentally Ill Own Guns - NYTimes.com

"Lawmakers who refuse to support effective gun safety measures often prefer to talk about better screening of the mentally ill to identify deranged would-be perpetrators before they can carry out mass shootings. This is, of course, a political dodge. Even in the handful of states where law enforcement agencies are trying to confiscate the guns of unstable individuals, state and federal laws too often enable the mentally ill to reclaim their guns as a right under the Second Amendment."

As the Obamas Celebrate Christmas, Rituals of Faith Become Less Visible - NYTimes.com

NYTimes: Civilians Trying to Flee South Sudan Violence Are Caught Between Two Sides

Saturday, December 28, 2013

Bill Russell: Racism in Louisiana

Duck Dynasty’s ‘teaching moment’ Phil Robertson, the star of reality TV show Duck Dynasty, is standing by his controversial comments on gay sex and the Civil Rights era. Lawrence O’Donnell talks to Pulitzer Prize-winning author Isabel Wilkerson.



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Lawrence’s favorite segment of the year Lawrence O’Donnell revisits his favorite segment of 2013 featuring the Cub Scout Troop in Birmingham that raised more than $18,000 for the KIND Fund.



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Edward Snowden’s Christmas message NSA leaker Edward Snowden released an “alternative Christmas message” to a British television station Wednesday, warning of an Orwellian future. Lawrence O’Donnell talks with Joy Reid and Steve Clemons.



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Is Chris Christie a bully? Lawrence O’Donnell talks to Hunter Walker about why it isn’t too difficult for some to believe that Chris Christie might have been involved in the bridge scandal.



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Tuesday, December 24, 2013

Christmas on five-finger discount for shoplifters seeking holiday high - NBC News.com

Shoplifting incidents rise around the holidays, and experts say the culprits are often seeking an emotional boost. In this photo illustration, two women steal electronics. Editor's note: The subjects’ faces have been intentionally blurred.

Christmas on five-finger discount for shoplifters seeking holiday high - NBC News.com

5 takeaways from Edward Snowden's Washington Post interview - CNN.com

"Snowden says ...
1. His mission is 'already accomplished'
"For me, in terms of personal satisfaction, the mission's already accomplished. I already won," Snowden told the Washington Post's Barton Gellman in Moscow. "As soon as the journalists were able to work, everything that I had been trying to do was validated. Because, remember, I didn't want to change society. I wanted to give society a chance to determine if it should change itself."

Sunday, December 22, 2013

Obamacare enrollments surge in Kentucky as first deadline nears | MSNBC

Obamacare enrollments surge in Kentucky as first deadline nears | MSNBC

The right is wrong about Pope Francis A MHP panel talks about Rush Limbaugh’s criticism of the pope and discuss why some conservatives are weary of his statements on wealth and poverty, saying it sounds like liberal policy.



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Congressional leaders debate NSA data collection program | MSNBC

ongressional leaders spoke Sunday about a recent report recommending major changes to the National Security Agency’s secret surveillance programs.

Rep. Mike Rogers (R-MI), chair of House Intelligence Committee defended the NSA’s data collection programs on ABC’s “This Week.” The report, commissioned by President Obama in the wake of revelations about the way the NSA amasses and stores Americans’ data, recommended 46 changes to the government’s information collection.

Rogers dismissed a recommendation that cell phone data remain in the custody of private companies, who could then hand over information after the government obtained a court order. “I think it opens it up to more privacy violations when the company holds it,” he said. “These are business records, not private records of content, so they’re not listening to phone calls.”

The report was released two days after a federal judge ruled that the NSA’s bulk data collection program most likely violates the constitution. The ruling was the first big victory for opponents of the surveillance program since former NSA contractor Edward Snowden leaked documents revealing the extent of the agency’s data gathering.

Congressional leaders debate NSA data collection program | MSNBC

A Perspective on Guns, Murder, Suicide from Attica - NYTimes.com

The mantra “guns don’t kill people, people kill people” reverberates throughout our society. How about “people kill less people without guns?” It’s clear that the only reason I’m alive is because my assailant didn’t have his weapon of choice. Can you imagine if we had access to guns in prison?

A Perspective on Guns, Murder, Suicide from Attica - NYTimes.com

Friday, December 20, 2013

Thursday, December 19, 2013

James Madison vs. the NSA | MSNBC



James Madison vs. the NSA | MSNBC

Jettison NSA phone database, panel tells Obama | Politics and Law - CNET News

Duck Dynasty Butthole Logic

HBCU's Presidents at a New Crossroad

"Only three months into the academic year and headlines have been littered with announcements about HBCU leadership turnover. There have been a plethora of reasons, including university presidents being fired, being encouraged to leave their posts by their boards of trustees or opting for retirement. Gone are the days of decades of top-down leadership, now replaced by a need for charismatic personalities who are well-skilled at fundraising while navigating internal needs and external stakeholders, as well as politics and long-standing traditions."

Study: Black Teenage Pregnancy Rates Drop Dramatically | News | BET

Tuesday, December 17, 2013

Racism linked to infant mortality, learning disabilities » State & National News » The Stanly News and Press (Albemarle, NC)

"A pair of Emory University studies released this year have connected the large share of African-American children born before term with the biologically detectable effects of stress created in women's bodies after decades of dealing with American racism. The studies' findings don't end there.

Racism, and its ability to increase the odds that a pregnant mother will deliver her child early, can kill. There is also evidence that racism can alter the capacity for a child to learn and distorts lives in ways that can reproduce inequality, poverty and long-term disadvantage, the studies found.

"Racism is an incredibly powerful force," said Elizabeth Corwin, dean of research at Emory University's Woodruff School of Nursing,"

- See more at: http://www.thesnaponline.com/statenews/x1956132289/Racism-linked-to-infant-mortality-learning-disabilities#sthash.SwegJKvR.dpuf

Monday, December 16, 2013

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Judge Questions Legality of N.S.A. Phone Records - NYTimes.com

Article: Racial Demographic Voter Armageddon Dooms GOP | OpEdNews

"For decades, the GOP has banked on older whites voting in far bigger numbers than younger blacks and Hispanics to bag the White House and for long stretches win and retain majority control of Congress. No more. According to the Census Bureau, more blacks than whites voted in the 2012 election. More Asians and Hispanics also voted.

This is not a racial fluke spurred by a mad dash to elect and reelect an African-American president. It is part of a steady trend over the last five presidential elections."

Race, Tattoos in Advertising Affect What Consumers Buy
And some people are always trying to sell the lie to me things have changed in America.  They just can't face the ugly truth.

NSA divided over possible amnesty deal for Snowden | Politics and Law - CNET News

"Whether return of that cache is worth a deal with Snowden is a contentious subject within the NSA. Rick Ledgett, who runs the NSA task force assessing the damage on the Snowden leaks, told CBS' news program "60 Minutes" during a segment aired Sunday (see below) that an amnesty deal is "worth having a conversation about. I would need assurances that the remainder of the data could be secured, and my bar for those assurances would be very high. It would be more than just an assertion on his part." (Disclosure: CBS is the parent company of CNET.)"

NYTimes: Why Inequality Matters

Sunday, December 15, 2013

Elizabeth Warren: Education Department Shouldn't Be A 'Lapdog'





Elizabeth Warren: Education Department Shouldn't Be A 'Lapdog'

George W. Bush Might Be Losing It, Says Jimmy Kimmel



George W. Bush Might Be Losing It, Says Jimmy Kimmel

Tim Cook receiving the Lifetime Achievement Award

SPLM leaders pull out of NLC meeting over “lack of dialogue spirit” - Sudan Tribune: Plural news and views on Sudan

"Senior members of the SPLM highest executive organ, the Political Bureau (PB), including the party’s deputy chairman, Riek Machar Teny, as well as members of the NLC on Saturday announced that Kiir has not replicated their “good gesture for dialogue” on democracy in the party.

Earlier on Friday, the group announced the postponement of a public rally that had been due to take place on Saturday in order to inform the wider public about the party’s current affairs.

Machar said the decision came following calls from SPLM supporters to postpone both the rally and NLC meeting in order to allow more time for internal political dialogue on contentious issues affecting the party.

While the rally was subsequently postponed until 20 December, the NLC meeting went ahead as planned.

Machar and his colleagues had attended the first day of the NLC meeting on Saturday, where they participated in deliberations on the passing of the basic documents, namely the manifesto and the constitution.

However, the party deputy chairman said Kiir’s statements during the meeting had deviated from the spirit of dialogue and reconciliation which had been called for by SPLM supporters.

He said the chairman, who has previously been accused of “dictatorial tendencies”, did not heed to the voice of “wisdom” by bishops and sheikhs who graced the opening session to remind the leaders on the need for dialogue and reconciliation.

“Kiir’s statements were of hostility, [and provided] no room for political dialogue”, Machar said.

“We attended the NLC meeting despite the fact that the Political Bureau did not convene. But there was no freedom of debate. Members of the NLC, who are also members in the Political Bureau, were told that their views were already made in the Political Bureau”, he added, referring to a PB meeting in March, which has yet to be concluded."

Dear President of China - NYTimes.com

From Thomas Freedman - "So, I wish China’s people well. Many Americans do. That is why I am writing you today. I believe you’re about to make a terrible, terrible mistake.

The Chinese-language websites of The Wall Street Journal and Reuters were recently blocked, and those of Bloomberg News and The New York Times have both been blocked for months. More important, The Times and Bloomberg together have more than 20 journalists in China whose visas are up for renewal by the end of December and, so far, your government is refusing to act on them — in apparent retaliation for both organizations exposing the enormous wealth amassed by relatives of senior Chinese leaders, including yours. The rumor is that you intend to deny both organizations the right to report from China.

China experts tell me that this unprecedented crackdown is prompted by your feeling that we’ve crossed a red line. You apparently thought the rules of the game were that the foreign press, local media and social media could write anything they wanted about corruption and social protests at the local and provincial level — indeed, it was a way for the central government to track and curb corruption — but that such focus should never be brought to the financial dealings of the top leaders of the Communist Party."

Remembering Nelson Mandela and His Fight for Climate Justice | Mother Jones

Obama and the Democrats have bounced back | MSNBC

Why it’s time, author says, for journalism to raise its intellectual standards

Hard-pressed | Harvard Gazette

Obama Shakes Hands With Cuba's Raul Castro at Mandela's Memorial

What an important moment to long in coming.

Many blacks and Latinos have no retirement savings, study shows | Black Politics on the Web

Does racial discrimination cause mental illness?

BJRPYSCH | Mobile

Take that, Paul Ryan! Elizabeth Warren beats back Social Security plot - Salon.com

Sunday, December 08, 2013

With Iran, Obama can end America’s long war for the Middle East - The Washington Post

With Iran, Obama can end America’s long war for the Middle East - The Washington Post

Passing for white and straight: How my looks hide my identity - Salon.com

Passing for white and straight: How my looks hide my identity - Salon.com

C.I.A. TIE REPORTED IN MANDELA ARREST - New York Times

The Central Intelligence Agency played an important role in the arrest in 1962 of Nelson Mandela, the African National Congress leader who was jailed for nearly 28 years before his release four months ago, a news report says.

The intelligence service, using an agent inside the African National Congress, provided South African security officials with precise information about Mr. Mandela's activities that enabled the police to arrest him, said the account by the Cox News Service.

The report, scheduled for publication on Sunday, quoted an unidentified retired official who said that a senior C.I.A. officer told him shortly after Mr. Mandela's arrest: ''We have turned Mandela over to the South African Security branch. We gave them every detail, what he would be wearing, the time of day, just where he would be.''

Mark Mansfield, a spokesman for the agency, declined to comment on the news-service report. ''As a matter of policy, we do not discuss allegations of intelligence activities,'' he said.

C.I.A. TIE REPORTED IN MANDELA ARREST - New York Times

48 Hours Video - CBS News explores the social, cultural and political impact of Mandela's life on the world - CBS.com


48 Hours Video - CBS News explores the social, cultural and political impact of Mandela's life on the world - CBS.com

Remembering the complexities of Mandela, The struggle of leadership, How movements for justice are caricatured.





Melissa Harris-Perry on msnbc

How low-wage strikes helped change the conversation in Washington | MSNBC

How low-wage strikes helped change the conversation in Washington | MSNBC

Saturday, December 07, 2013

Dick Cheney Didn't Regret His Vote Against Freeing Nelson Mandela, Maintained He Was A 'Terrorist'

There is a special place in hell for people like Cheney.

Dick Cheney Didn't Regret His Vote Against Freeing Nelson Mandela, Maintained He Was A 'Terrorist'

There is a special place in hell for people like Cheney.

How Maddow Helped Force Clinton's Support For Mandela

The Fight To Prove Obamacare Can Overcome Deep South Resistance

The radical histories of Mandela and MLK | MSNBC



The radical histories of Mandela and MLK | MSNBC

The radical histories of Mandela and MLK | MSNBC



The radical histories of Mandela and MLK | MSNBC

South African National Anthem

Six Things Nelson Mandela Believed That Most People Won't Talk About | ThinkProgress

1. Mandela blasted the Iraq War and American imperialism. Mandela called Bush “a president who has no foresight, who cannot think properly,” and accused him of “wanting to plunge the world into a holocaust” by going to war in Iraq. “All that (Mr. Bush) wants is Iraqi oil,” he said. Mandela even speculated that then-Secretary-General Kofi Annan was being undermined in the process because he was black. “They never did that when secretary-generals were white,” he said. He saw the Iraq War as a greater problem of American imperialism around the world. “If there is a country that has committed unspeakable atrocities in the world, it is the United States of America. They don’t care,” he said.

2. Mandela called freedom from poverty a “fundamental human right.” Mandela considered poverty one of the greatest evils in the world, and spoke out against inequality everywhere. “Massive poverty and obscene inequality are such terrible scourges of our times — times in which the world boasts breathtaking advances in science, technology, industry and wealth accumulation — that they have to rank alongside slavery and apartheid as social evils,” he said. He considered ending poverty a basic human duty: “Overcoming poverty is not a gesture of charity. It is an act of justice. It is the protection of a fundamental human right, the right to dignity and a decent life,” he said. “While poverty persists, there is no true freedom.”

3. Mandela criticized the “War on Terror” and the labeling of individuals as terrorists, even Osama Bin Laden, without due process. On the U.S. terrorist watch list until 2008 himself, Mandela was an outspoken critic of President George W. Bush’s war on terror. He warned against rushing to label terrorists without due process. While calling for Osama bin Laden to be brought to justice, Mandela said, “The labeling of Osama bin Laden as the terrorist responsible for those acts before he had been tried and convicted could also be seen as undermining some of the basic tenets of the rule of law.”

4. Mandela called out racism in America. On a trip to New York City in 1990, Mandela made a point of visiting Harlem and praising African Americans’ struggles against “the injustices of racist discrimination and economic equality.” He reminded a larger crowd at Yankee Stadium that racism was not exclusively a South African phenomenon. “As we enter the last decade of the 20th century, it is intolerable, unacceptable, that the cancer of racism is still eating away at the fabric of societies in different parts of our planet,” he said. “All of us, black and white, should spare no effort in our struggle against all forms and manifestations of racism, wherever and whenever it rears its ugly head.”

5. Mandela embraced some of America’s biggest political enemies. Mandela incited shock and anger in many American communities for refusing to denounce Cuban dictator Fidel Castro or Libyan Colonel Muammar Gaddafi, who had lent their support to Mandela against South African apartheid. “One of the mistakes the Western world makes is to think that their enemies should be our enemies,” he explained to an American TV audience. “We have our own struggle.” He added that those leaders “are placing resources at our disposal to win the struggle.” He also called the controversial Palestinian Liberation Organization leader Yasser Arafat “a comrade in arms.”

6. Mandela was a die-hard supporter of labor unions. Mandela visited the Detroit auto workers union when touring the U.S., immediately claiming kinship with them. “Sisters and brothers, friends and comrades, the man who is speaking is not a stranger here,” he said. “The man who is speaking is a member of the UAW. I am your flesh and blood.”

Six Things Nelson Mandela Believed That Most People Won't Talk About | ThinkProgress

Elizabeth Warren's "You Didn't Build That Speech"

Friday, December 06, 2013

Mandela: ‘I am prepared to die’ Nelson Mandela outlines his principles in a famous speech before his sentencing. Lawrence O’Donnell, Michael Eric Dyson, Charlayne Hunter-Gault, and Chris Bishop discuss Mandela’s road to freedom.

Nelson Mandela and ending apartheid Former South African President Nelson Mandela spent his life fighting against apartheid and led that fight from a prison cell. Lawrence O’Donnell, Eugene Robinson, Joy Reid and Dorian Warren discuss Mandela’s incredible life

Nelson Mandela on Political Violence after the Sharpville Massacre of 1961 "The time comes in the life of any nation when there remain only two choices – submit or fight. That time has now come to South Africa. We shall not submit and we have no choice but to hit back by all means in our power in defence of our people, our future, and our freedom.' Firstly, we believed that as a result of Government policy, violence by the African people had become inevitable, and that unless responsible leadership was given to canalise and control the feelings of our people, there would be outbreaks of terrorism which would produce an intensity of bitterness and hostility between the various races of this country which is not produced even by war. Secondly, we felt that without violence there would be no way open to the African people to succeed in their struggle against the principle of white supremacy. All lawful modes of expressing opposition to this principle had been closed by legislation, and we were placed in a position in which we had either to accept a permanent state of inferiority, or take over the Government. We chose to defy the law. We first broke the law in a way which avoided any recourse to violence; when this form was legislated against, and then the Government resorted to a show of force to crush opposition to its policies, only then did we decide to answer with violence."

Nelson Mandela was arguably the most respected political leader in the world since WWII. The media is however creating an historical image that is a tame and non threatening image of Mandela that is quite different from the real man. Nelson Mandela was not a pacifists. He was not philosophically aligned with either Ghandi or Martin Luther King. In 1960, after the Sharpville massacre he and his law partner Oliver Tambo formed the Spear of the nation, the armed wing of his formerly non-violent African Nationalist Congress, which was formed four years after the NAACP in 1912. It was patterned after the NAACP. During his 27 year stay, incarcerated at the Robin Island prison, the South African government demanded for years that he renounce violence as a condition of his release. He refused and never relented. Mandela was a man of principle. He brought change by unrelenting determination. As a President he developed the concept of a reconciliation commission where if you admitted your apartheid era crimes you were forgiven. This practice was copied in Argentina and in other countries around the world. Remember that Ronald Reagan vetoed sanctioned on apartheid South Africa and called it's racist government a friend of the U. S.. Congress had to override his veto.

Tuesday, December 03, 2013

John Boehner On 113th Congress Being Least Productive Ever: 'We've Done Our Work'

IT HAS A PULSE

"WASHINGTON -- As Obamacare emerges from the rubble of its first two months, local organizers, state officials and the White House see a clear path forward. With the website now quasi-functional, there are good reasons to believe that the Affordable Care Act will catch on. Quite simply, there are tens of millions of uninsured people who want health insurance, a law in place to help them obtain it, and advocates on the ground making sure they know how to do it."

HPD responds to accusations of racial profiling with Oklahoma teen, dancers | khou.com Houston

HPD responds to accusations of racial profiling with Oklahoma teen, dancers | khou.com Houston

US students lag in international education ranking | MSNBC

This pattern of performance is not surprising.   We live in a country where young people feel entitled to the good life without putting in the requisite hard work.

Houston cops cuff 13-year-old white girl, 2 black men visiting city for dance video shoot - NY Daily News American justice in Black and White.

The troupe claims they were racially profiled by the officers, who refused to believe the teen, Landry Thompson, had permission to be in the city with her dance partner, Josiah Kelly, 22, and their instructor, Emmanuel Hurd, 29. The group, from Tulsa, Okla., had spent the day recording a dance video with local artists.

Read more: http://www.nydailynews.com/news/national/houston-cops-cuff-white-teen-black-men-visiting-video-shoot-article-1.1535803#ixzz2mQihy8t6
Houston cops cuff 13-year-old white girl, 2 black men visiting city for dance video shoot - NY Daily News

Rewriting Rochester teens’ arrests On Sunday, the GOP had to correct a tweet suggesting that racism had ended in America. To illustrate that point, Lawrence O’Donnell looks at the arrest of three African-American teens in Rochester, NY. American Justice in Black and White



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Marcia Clark on the Marissa Alexander case, American justice in Black and White



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