Tavis Smiley and filmmaker Jonathan Demme visit protesters in Standing Rock North Dakota.
The civil rights lawyer and professor discuss police accountability as several cases involving law enforcement officers shooting and killing civilians have gone to trial in the last month.
The author and philosopher discusses his recent book of essays, Ethics in the Real World: 82 Brief Essays on Things That Matter.
The author and professor discusses the failing school discipline policies identified in his text Ending Zero Tolerance.
The National Book Award finalist discusses her new text Blood in the Water: The Attica Prison Uprising of 1971 and Its Legacy.
The former U.S. District Court Judge discusses why she believes “Stop and Frisk,” which is used by police departments all across the country, can easily become an unconstitutional racial profiling tool.
The Executive Director of Amnesty Intl. USA discusses the growing international refugee crisis.
The physician discusses his recent text, Black Man in a White Coat.
The host of Democracy Now! joins us to discuss the controversial expansion of the Dakota access pipeline.
The conceptual artist joins us to discuss her social experiment website entitled “Reparations.”