Topic: Civil Liberties

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Holder’s big ‘first step’ toward improving justice in America

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Watch the video and read the full news article on Politics Nation with Al Sharpton

Mayor Bloomberg: NYC will appeal ‘stop-and-frisk’ ruling

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This afternoon, hours after a federal court ruled that the New York Police Department’s “stop-and-frisk” tactic was unconstitutional, New York City Mayor Bloomberg said the city doesn’t believe it got a “fair trial” ...

Women fighting to keep government out of their bodies

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Nina Turner, an Ohio State Senator and candidate for Ohio Secretary of State, joined host Melissa Harris-Perry to discuss how getting government out of women's bodies is as pressing an issue as getting women into gove...

Black women’s hair becomes target in TSA’s security theater

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Listen, I'm no stranger to the pre-flight security screening process. But this time, as I prepared to depart from the Kentucky airport, I experienced--let's call it a kink in that familiar routine.

Stop-and-frisk victim: ‘I could feel the guns being pointed at me’

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Watch the video and read the full news article on Politics Nation with Al Sharpton

‘Orange is the New Black’ stars make prison reform the new hot topic

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The author of the book that inspired the hit Netflix series "Orange is the New Black" joined three cast members to discuss how the controversial new show can start a dialogue about America's prison problem.

Student ‘MHP’ guest on racial profiling, white privilege

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"MHP" guest C.J. Morrison told host Melissa Harris-Perry a harrowing story about being profiled by a police officer near his university. After he appeared on the show, we asked him to describe it further.

North Carolinians fight back against voter suppression

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See why some are calling North Carolina's voter ID law the "worst voter suppression bill" in the country.

Trayvon Martin’s death provides ‘teachable moment’ for Florida youth

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The reaction to the not guilty verdict in the George Zimmerman trial resonated across many communities, with marches taking place across the country, but it hit even closer to home for a group of young leaders from Pa...

The New Radicals

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On Monday’s NOW with Alex Wagner, the panel discussed Edward Snowden’s latest press conference in Russia and debated who was more radical–Snowden for leaking NSA secrets, or the government for expanding its surveillan...

Edward Snowden, come on home

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Edward Snowden, there is a country that would be more than willing to accept you: the United States of America.

Debating ‘The Snowden Effect’

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On Monday’s NOW with Alex Wagner, Alex and the panel discussed “The Snowden Effect” — a term coined by NYU Journalism professor Jay Rosen.

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