Melissa Harris-Perry is a famous author, television host and political scientist , She’s a TV host of the show ‘Melissa Harris-Perry Weekend News’ and also a host of opinion TV show on MSNBC and also participate in Rachel Maddow Show. She’s currently working as politics professor at university of Tulane and was born is Seattle, grew up in Virginia, received bachelor of arts at Wake Forest university and got a politics Ph.D at Duke university and also received a Honor doctorate at Lombard School. She’s an author of the book ‘Barbershops, BET and Bibles’: that argues that African-Americans develop their political ideas through conversation in places like churches and barbershops. She also wrote ‘Sister Citizens’ which argues the harmful stereotypes that shaped black women’s politics and make it difficult for the black women to assert their political rights in the community.

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The politics of education reform

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The MHP table discusses if the issue of education has the potential to divide the Democratic electorate.

What makes teachers most effective?

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The MHP table takes a closer look at the growing fight over teacher tenure and examine the real meaning of tenure.

Fight over teacher tenure rages on

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The fight over teacher tenure is now raging coast to coast, and the latest battleground is the courtroom. Democracy Now's Amy Goodman, Dana Goldstein from The Marshall Project, Randi Weingarten from the American Federation of Teachers and Darrell Bradford from NY Campaign for Achievement Now discuss with Melissa Harris-Perry.

Efforts to create a cease-fire in Middle East

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Hostilities are continuing in Gaza and Israel today, after a three day cease-fire came to an end on Friday. NBC's Martin Fletcher reports the latest from Tel Aviv.

Obama explains the latest mission in Iraq

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President Obama spoke at length to reporters about his decision to involve the United States again in Iraq via air strikes and humanitarian aid. Amy Goodman of Democracy Now and MSNBC military analyst Col. Jack Jacobs join to discuss.

What will it take to beat ISIS?

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Counterterrorism analyst Michael Leiter joins to discuss the lack of a timetable given by President Obama on U.S. operations in Iraq against ISIS.

Obama: Iraq going to be a long-term project

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NBC's Jim Miklaszewski talks about President Obama's remarks on the U.S. airstrikes in Iraq against ISIS.

What’s motivating ISIS?

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The MHP table talks about the origins of ISIS and the motivations of the terror group.

The humanitarian situation in Iraq

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Juliette Touma, the Iraq representative from UNICEF, joins to discuss the humanitarian situation in Iraq as ISIS continues its advance across the country.

What’s the US military’s next step in Iraq?

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NBC's Kristen Welker, NBC's Jim Miklaszewski, Michael Hanna and Earl Catagnus Jr. join to discuss the U.S. airstrikes against ISIS targets in Iraq.

Deciphering Paul Ryan’s poverty plan

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Congressman Paul Ryan is touting his recently released anti-poverty proposal that he thinks will help alleviate poverty in America.

Labor movement gets a boost

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The labor movement received a big boost Tuesday when the National Labor Relations Board ruled that McDonalds is a joint employer of the workers at its franchise operations. Peter Suderman and Michel Martin join the table.

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