Issa Rae on the ‘Hoe Phase’ and Finding Her Voice (Ep. 10)
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Larry Wilmore riffs on the Anthony Scaramucci firing, Lavar Ball’s antics and Trump’s continued lying (1:00) before being joined by Issa Rae to discuss her rise from school plays, to a web series, to her hit show, ‘Insecure,’ on HBO (16:00). She and Larry also discuss working together on the early phases of ‘Insecure’ and how cheating is perceived differently for men and women (40:00).
Into America
Into America
MSNBC
American Coup
The storming of the Capitol building by white extremists loyal to Donald Trump on January 6th, was violent, deadly and shameful.     But it wasn’t unprecedented. The attempt to overturn Joe Biden’s victory in the 2020 presidential election follows a long tradition in America of white violence, aimed at undoing Democracy.    At nearly every turn, where this country bent toward freedom, there was a violent backlash. And there is perhaps no clearer example than the story of the only successful coup in U.S. history.   In 1898, white supremacists in Wilmington, North Carolina carried out a riot and insurrection, targeting Black lawmakers and residents.   Inez Campbell Eason’s family survived the coup, but Black lawmakers were ousted, dozens of Black residents were killed, and she tells Trymaine Lee that the impact on the city is still felt.  Dr. Sharlene Sinegal-Decuir, African American History professor at Xavier University in New Orleans, explains the long history of white violence in response to progress. In order to prevent insurrections like the one last week in Washington, D.C., she says we must begin to understand our past.  For a transcript, please visit https://www.msnbc.com/intoamerica.  Further Reading:  * White rioters at the Capitol got police respect. Black protestors got rubber bullets.  * Law enforcement and the military probing whether members took part in Capitol riot  * Democrats grapple with how to impeach Trump without hindering Biden's agenda
32 min
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