Tomorrow morning, after a protracted absence, I'll be on MSNBC's Melissa Harris-Perry program for a full two hours beginning at 10 a.m. ET, talking about federal hate crimes, the latest developments in Ferguson, Missouri; a slew of recent excessive-force controversies, flash-bang grenades, and no-knock raids. There will also be discussion about the Oscars, involving phrases like "anti-intersectionality feminism."
Among my co-panelists will be former Ohio state senator Nina Turner, Center for Policing Equity President Phillip Atiba Goff, former NYPD officer Eugene O'Donnell, Hands Up United Co-Founder Tory Russell, Pro Publica Senior Reporter Julia Angwin, Feministing.com Senior Columnist Chloe Angyal, and Feministing.com Executive Director Lori Adelman. I am confident that we will agree on everything!