AM Joy
<p>Every weekend on AM Joy, award-winning journalist and author Joy Reid passionately tackles the most important political and news topics of the week, exploring how policy decisions are shaping the country, while also bringing viewers in-depth interviews with leading newsmakers. Join Joy live on MSNBC for compelling discussions with America’s preeminent political minds, plus thoughtful analysis on the stories that led the week prior, and will matter in the week ahead--from 10 AM to noon ET on Saturdays and Sundays.</p>

  
Publisher
Joy Reid, MSNBC
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http://www.msnbc.com/am-joy
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News & Politics   Podcasts  
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Title
Exploding the myths surrounding gun control
Description

The Parkland school shooting could not have been stopped by armed teachers, or combative students, as many NRA supporters suggest. Joy Reid and her panel detail why. Plus: Donald Trump has used the Parkland shooting victims to deflect from the Russia investigation, many critics say about his recent tweet. Joy Reid and her panel discuss the resultant uproar. In media news: LeBron James tells Laura Ingraham ‘we will not shut up and dribble’ after the FOX News host, who often interviews D-list celebrities on political topics, insisted that James should not critique Donald Trump. Joy Reid and her panel discuss Ingraham’s apparent ignorance of the tradition of athletes taking a stand. On the Russiagate front: Donald Trump early Sunday hurled tweets at Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton, and Adam Schiff, in addition to criticizing the Russia probe. Joy Reid and her panel on why the president may be on the edge. In culture news: Barack and Michelle Obama’s controversial official portraits have sparked debate, but Joy Reid’s guest shares how they may teach America to see African-Americans and the Obamas' legacy in a new way. And ending on a high note: The ‘Black Panther’ movie is breaking opening weekend records, paving the way for black creators to revolutionize the comic book and superhero genres. Actor, writer, and producer Erika Alexander joins Joy Reid to discuss her new project, ‘Concrete Park.’

Published
2018-02-18 22:33:46 UTC
http://www.msnbc.com/am-joy


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