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Video: Voting rights organizers mobilize

Aug. 30: MSNBC.com's Zachary Roth reports on North Carolina’s voter laws and a voting rights rally held outside the state capitol by the Moral Monday movement. (Other)MSNBC.com's Zachary Roth reports on North Carolina’s voter laws and a voting rights rally held outside the state capitol by the Moral Monday movement. (msnbc originals )

Sat, 30 Aug 2014 21:53:04 GMT
Video: How youth can create a sustainable movement

Aug. 30: Mychal Denzel Smith, Nancy Giles and Karen Finney discuss how millennial can create a sustainable national movement for racial justice. (Other)Mychal Denzel Smith, Nancy Giles and Karen Finney discuss how millennial can create a sustainable national movement for racial justice. (MHP)

Sat, 30 Aug 2014 15:57:13 GMT
Video: Obama hints at immigration delay

Aug. 30: University of Connecticut professor Jelani Cobb, Buzzfeed’s Kate Nocera, Slate’s Mike Pesca, and Bloomberg View’s Margaret Carlson join Jonathan Capehart to look at Pres. Obama’s possible moves on immigration, and police misconduct investigations in the wake of Ferguson.  (Other)University of Connecticut professor Jelani Cobb, Buzzfeed’s Kate Nocera, Slate’s Mike Pesca, and Bloomberg View’s Margaret Carlson join Jonathan Capehart to look at Pres. Obama’s possible moves on immigration, and police misconduct investigations in the wake of Ferguson. (UP)

Sat, 30 Aug 2014 15:05:38 GMT
Video: A quick visual tour through US labor movement

Aug. 30: This Labor Day weekend, msnbc.com takes you on a brief tour through a timeline of moments from major events in the U.S. labor movement.  (Other)This Labor Day weekend, msnbc.com takes you on a brief tour through a timeline of moments from major events in the U.S. labor movement. (msnbc web only)

Sat, 30 Aug 2014 13:22:31 GMT
Video: Controversial police officer allowed to retire

Aug. 29: All In has learned that Officer Dan Page, the St Louis County police officer who pushed a cable host on live TV, and made several inflammatory statements has retired with full pension and benefits.  (Other)All In has learned that Officer Dan Page, the St Louis County police officer who pushed a cable host on live TV, and made several inflammatory statements has retired with full pension and benefits. (All In )

Sat, 30 Aug 2014 01:42:17 GMT
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