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After Beating Trump, Diverse Coalition Eyes Wider Reforms | The Beat With Ari Melber | MSNBC

 

The U.S. is making some measurable strides on diversity and civil rights, from surging voter registration in 2020 to the most diverse Congress ever, while also facing resurgent white supremacy and a growing racial gap in key economic areas. Civil rights leaders from several generations discuss the challenge ahead, the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr., and the evolution towards today's Black Lives Matter movement in this discussion hosted by MSNBC's Ari Melber, who has convened a series of these civil rights panels. Excerpts of this entire discussion aired on The Beat on MSNBC on the 53rd anniversary of King's assassination. The discussion featured Reverend Al Sharpton, President and Founder of the National Action Network, and host of "PoliticsNation" here on MSNBC; Alicia Garza, co-founder of the Black Lives Matter movement and head of the Black to the Future Action Fund; Brittany Packnett Cunningham, activist and MSNBC contributor; and Courtland Cox, a leader in the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee during the 1960s and a civil rights expert. (This interview is from MSNBC’s “The Beat with Ari Melber, a news show covering politics, law and culture airing nightly at 6pm ET on MSNBC. ). Aired on 04/02/2021.
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After Beating Trump, Diverse Coalition Eyes Wider Reforms | The Beat With Ari Melber | MSNBC

39 comments

  1. *”We won with poorly educated, I love the poorly educated!”*
                      – Trump, 2016

    Trump supporters: i dun no wut dat means but make america grate agen 2020and4!!

    1. My Tale “I told joe Biden not to concede EVER, regardless of the outcome of the election” Hillary Clinton 2020

    2. Andre Desrosiers lol it’s not chopped, it’s his literal words, I keep posting the video but YouTube deletes links that blow up your weak and ignorant arguments….

    3. Andre Desrosiers look at you still thinking Fox News is any different than the rest of the state media lords hahahahahahahahaha

    4. @Billy Goat Yep, chopped. I’ve watched the whole thing. Yours is chopped. YT keeps taking it down on you because it’s chopped and false information snowflake. Has nothing to do with our “weak and ignorant arguments”. They would take down our ” “weak and ignorant arguments” then, not your weak and ignorant arguments. Ridiculous illogic there cupcake.

    5. Andre Desrosiers then link it… it’s their video, if it were fake news it would be taken down….

  2. Rising above means maintaining diplomacy. Effective Negotiation skills require diplomacy. Unfortunately, I fail all the time. Passion lights a fire.

  3. IM GONNA BE YOUR FAVORITE ARTIST,2021 IS MY YEAR IM GONNA BLOW UP
    I will be the biggest artist of your generation

    1. Not with the music you have on your channel. Just rehashed stuff, nothing new or ingenious. Props on the confidence though.

  4. The good Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. also took a strong antiwar, antiempirial position challenging the hypocrisy of the US spreading freedom and democracy around the world while keeping it’s citizens captives in their own land

  5. “… We learned how to get old …” — What a sad statement of the state of affairs in the USA. I’m white, living in Japan for 30 years, and that statement makes me so sad. So effing sad.

  6. “He brought me up out of the pit of destruction, out of the miry clay, and He set my feet upon a rock making my footsteps firm.” David, Psalm 40:2 Always, remember who helped you, and be grateful. Amen

    1. @Ada Marlem Good luck with doing it alone. We are co-workers with God. We work, pray and use our faith with wisdom. You will never break hate and fear with your fists.

    2. @Bertha Bridges thank you. Co-workers with people, all, god is never there.why we are in this, no god.thank you for the kind thoughts.

    1. We needed that in Michigan. Detroit turnout was not terribly great this year – I had thought it would be through the roof, but it was only about average.

  7. It’s 2021 and we are still fighting for the same things even though we thought we were moving forward.. It’s 2021 and we are saying, “The first person of color too”. That is so very sad. Now we have the GOP being even more open with racism and do not even care that they are moving us backwards..

  8. Youth needs some Elders. Some Elders needs the Youths. Power and Wisdom. Learn to Listen and Listen to Learn.

    1. I think that every time i see or hear older people dismissed with “OK Boomer” or people calling other people “kid” – we can all learn from each other.

  9. *THANK YOU!* America is NOT The Richest Nation. America has tax laws that attract Rich Wage-Theft CRIMINALS to maintain “Residency” here.

  10. “I have a dream……” it is long overdue for us to awaken to living that dream….racism is fear and hatred spawned by ignorance

  11. I believe in God and by following God’s word he taught me to never have hate in my heart for anyone to never wear that burden on my chest

  12. As an Australian & having the PRIVILEGE of listening 2 yr GREAT MLK I wait 4 the day that things change 4 people & country. I am a white person & respect EVERYONE NO matter the colour of their skin. WHY CAN’T AMERICANS DO THE SAME?. LIFT UP YR VOICES & SING, SING!!!! May God bless U ALL & KEEP U SAFE.

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