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MELISSA HARRIS-LACEWELLPrinceton's Melissa Harris-Lacewell on the trouble America has talking about race.

A political scientist who is known for hosting the MSNBC show Melissa Harris-Perry weekend news program.

And a hammer is an extremely effective tool when you're dealing with a nail. Contemporary racial inequality is a screw, and if you take a hammer and start pounding on a screw, you just end up with a mess which means we have to live with the fact that a new generation is going to have to innovate a screwdriver to deal with the new problem. She has recently enrolled as a student at Union Theological Seminary in New York. Du Bois book award from the National Conference of Black Political Scientists.

It is connected with also with sort of black achievement which is also going on at the same time. in political science from Duke University and an honorary doctorate from Meadville Lombard Theological School.

In addition to hosting her own show on msnbc she provides expert commentary on U.

elections, racial issues, religious questions and gender concerns for a variety of other media outlets.

Melissa is the author of the well-received book “Sister Citizen: Shame, Stereotypes, and Black Women in America” (Yale 2011) which argues that persistent harmful stereotypes-invisible to many but painfully familiar to black women-profoundly shape black women’s politics, contribute to policies that treat them unfairly and make it difficult for black women to assert their rights in the political arena.

"Hip-Hop: Beyond Beats and Rhymes"The companion Web site to PBS' INDEPENDENT LENS 2007 presentation includes a hip-hop timeline and glossary, as well as frank discussion of issues of masculinity, misogyny, homophobia and media literacy.James Perry is the husband of Melissa Harris Perry television host on MSNBC, writer, professor and political commentator.Melissa Harris has been married twice, James Perry her second husband is about whom we are going to talk to you about. She is also a student at Union Theological Seminary in New York. Du Bois book award from the National Conference of Black Political Scientists. in political science from Duke University and an honorary doctorate from Meadville Lombard Theological School.