Professor and MSNBC Host: Stop clinging to the outmoded notion that your children "belong to you" rather than to the Collective.

Professor and MSNBC Host: Stop clinging to the outmoded notion that your children "belong to you" rather than to the Collective.

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Melissa Harris Perry interviews Anita Hill 25 years after the controversial sexual harassment hearings that would change the country forever. | essence.com

Melissa Harris Perry interviews Anita Hill 25 years after the controversial sexual harassment hearings that would change the country forever. | essence.com

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Dr. Melissa Harris-Perry, PhD, author, professor, television host and political commentator with a focus on African-American politics. She hosts the "Melissa Harris-Perry"  TV show on MSNBC. She currently teaches politics at Tulane University (in New Orleans) and has taught at Princeton University and the University of Chicago.

Dr. Melissa Harris-Perry, PhD, author, professor, television host and political commentator with a focus on African-American politics. She hosts the "Melissa Harris-Perry" TV show on MSNBC. She currently teaches politics at Tulane University (in New Orleans) and has taught at Princeton University and the University of Chicago.

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In an open letter to Oprah Winfrey, Melissa Harris-Perry details all of Winfrey's accomplishments, saying that they are much more important than her dress size.

In an open letter to Oprah Winfrey, Melissa Harris-Perry details all of Winfrey's accomplishments, saying that they are much more important than her dress size.

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You Should be Watching The Nightly Show  Let's keep it 100 there's two black people on late night and that's it. Trevor Noah who hosts The Daily Show and Larry Wilmore who hosts The Nightly Show. But that isn't why you should be watching. Okay that was weak tea. You should be watching because it is the blackest show on late night television and that's a good thing. In my life I can only remember one other television show that aired more than once a week discussing issues from a black…

You Should be Watching The Nightly Show Let's keep it 100 there's two black people on late night and that's it. Trevor Noah who hosts The Daily Show and Larry Wilmore who hosts The Nightly Show. But that isn't why you should be watching. Okay that was weak tea. You should be watching because it is the blackest show on late night television and that's a good thing. In my life I can only remember one other television show that aired more than once a week discussing issues from a black…

Melissa Harris-Perry (@MHarrisPerry) | Twitter

Melissa Harris-Perry (@MHarrisPerry) | Twitter

Stand Your Ground, Domestic Violence and Black Ballerinas: Melissa Harris-Perry Talks Black Women
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Melissa Harris Perry- The Politics of Black Hair  “It seems like you’re making a statement, even when you’re not making a statement.”

Melissa Harris Perry- The Politics of Black Hair “It seems like you’re making a statement, even when you’re not making a statement.”

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Even today, the geographical divisions that concentrate poverty and segregation in American cities can be traced to decades-old transportation policy. Melissa Harris-Perry and her panelists continue their discussion.

Even today, the geographical divisions that concentrate poverty and segregation in American cities can be traced to decades-old transportation policy. Melissa Harris-Perry and her panelists continue their discussion.

Melissa Harris-Perry Talks Feminism with Teresa Younger | Sole Search: Our Editor-at-Large Melissa Harris-Perry talks politics and feminism with Teresa Younger, the CEO and president of the Ms. Foundation for Women, while shopping for shoes at Stuart Weitzman. This is Sole Search.

Melissa Harris-Perry Talks Feminism with Teresa Younger | Sole Search: Our Editor-at-Large Melissa Harris-Perry talks politics and feminism with Teresa Younger, the CEO and president of the Ms. Foundation for Women, while shopping for shoes at Stuart Weitzman. This is Sole Search.

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