Civil Rights Videos
Jackie Robinson's daughter opens up about her father's museum
Sharon Robinson discusses her legendary father's new museum that is coming to New York City.
US attorney general speaks out on Michael Flynn investigation
Jeff Sessions discusses whether the Justice Department is investigating Trump's former national security adviser and if he would recuse himself from any potential investigation into Flynn.
March 15, 1991: 'World News Tonight' - 4 LA police officers are indicted on assault charges
For Los Angeles Police officers were indicted today on assault charges stemming from that brutal beating of an unarmed man. The one in the videotape that created a wave of national outrage. Attorney general Dick Thornburgh said today the FBI will investigate with of the federal civil rights of the
Arkansas carries out first execution since 2005
We begin with breaking news in Arkansas the state executioner win back to work overnight. For the first time in over a decade in this state ignored criticism for its plan to carry out several executions by the end of this month. The deli scene there scene there was executed it just before midnight
ABC News' Matthew Dowd discusses President Trump's first 90 days, tensions with North Korea and more
Dowd discusses the triumphs and downfalls of the president's first months in office.
Hari Kondabolu: 'I knew that I had a voice'
The comedian talks to Amna Nawaz about turning the tough issues America is facing into laugh-out-loud jokes as a part of the podcast series "Uncomfortable."
Gene Simmons: Chuck Berry 'was breaking down barriers that nobody suspected'
Gene Simmons of the rock band Kiss spoke at Chuck Berry's funeral, saying the rock 'n' roll legend had a tremendous influence on him as a musician, and he worked to break down racial barriers through his music.
Pepsi apologizes for new ad after receiving huge backlash
Pepsi pulled their ad featuring Kendall Jenner diffusing a hostile situation between police and protestors with a Pepsi, which outraged civil rights activists and consumers.
'I'm taking the Democratic party back'
Cenk Uygur, Founder and CEO of 'The Young Turks' joins Amna to talk about his 'hostile takeover' of the Democratic Party, using the same populism he says propelled Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders to power.
April 4, 1968: Martin Luther King Jr. dead at 39
The civil rights leader was killed outside the Lorraine Motel in Memphis, Tennessee.