Behind the scenes of Phoebe Robinson's podcast, Sooo Many White Guys.
Melissa Harris-Perry and Phoebe Robinson share words and musings about black womanhood, lessons from Maya Angelou, and the continuation of the struggle during the taping of Sooo Many White Guys.
Melissa Harris-Perry joins Frannie Kelley and Ali Shaheed of Microphone Check to discuss diversity of the arts at Stanford University to a room of students.
Melissa Harris-Perry and longtime friend and colleague, Danielle Parker, share a moment of laughter following Pratt Institute's Conversation on Creativity with Questlove featuring Baratunde Thurston and Ben Greenman.
Baratunde Thurston, comedian, writer, and author of How to Be Black, listens intently to dinner guests following a talk at Pratt Institute with Questlove and Ben Greeman.
Geneva Reed-Veal, mother of Sandra Bland, and Sybrina Fulton (right), mother of Trayvon Martin, visit the Pro Humanitate Institute to view the Up to US exhibit exploring issues of voting rights, police brutality, and citizenship.
Maria Hamilton, wears a button with the face of her son, Dontre Hamilton, who was brutally shot by police officers while resting at a park bench.