Episodes
As a bonus for listeners, we’re sharing a special preview of the second season of the award-winning original series, “Rachel Maddow Presents: Ultra.” In the chart-topping second season, Rachel Maddow returns to uncover the shocking history of the ultra-right’s reach into American politics. Listen to the entire first episode now, and follow the show to get the whole series: https://link.chtbl.com/rmpust_fdlw. You can also subscribe to MSNBC Premium on Apple Podcasts for early access to every...
Published 06/10/24
Published 06/10/24
A live conversation and debate on the future of reparations in America with Nikole Hannah-Jones and Michael Harriot at the 92nd Street Y.
Published 05/31/24
Nikole Hannah-Jones and Michael Harriot join Trymaine Lee for an event on reparations.
Published 05/14/24
In a bonus episode of Uncounted Millions, Trymaine Lee continues the conversation on reparations by asking what more is owed to the descendants of 272 enslaved people sold by Georgetown. Sponsored by the W.K. Kellogg Foundation.
Published 04/11/24
As a bonus for listeners, we’re sharing the first episode of a special series from “Why Is This Happening? The Chris Hayes Podcast,” called “WITHpod 2024: The Stakes.” For the first time since 1892, we have an election in which both candidates have presidential records. It’s a unique chance to take a hard look at what both Joe Biden and Donald Trump have actually done as president. Chris Hayes talks to experts about both candidates’ records on specific policy areas. This week, Aaron...
Published 04/09/24
The Coakleys have showed us what could have been had Black Americans been granted reparations. Will that ever happen? 
Published 03/14/24
The Coakleys and the Flateaus converge out West. As they do, a seismic shift in American racial policy is taking root, leading to reparations for Japanese Americans.
Published 03/07/24
Coakley’s descendants travel to Louisiana to learn about the other branch of their family tree.
Published 02/29/24
Gabriel Coakley uses a loophole in the white man’s law to wrestle restitution for his family, changing their trajectory for generations to come.
Published 02/22/24
In a new series, Trymaine Lee goes on a journey to discover an untold story of freedom and reparations.
Published 02/15/24
What if Black Americans had been compensated for slavery? Into America follows the untold story of one of the only Black men who ever was.
Published 02/08/24
To celebrate 50 years of hip-hop, "Why Is This Happening?" host Chris Hayes held a live podcast taping at the House of Blues, joined by "Into America's" Trymaine Lee.
Published 10/17/23
As a bonus for Into America listeners, we’re sharing a special preview of Grapevine, a new original podcast series from NBC News Studios. From the same team that brought you the #1 podcast Southlake, Grapevine tells the story of one family broken apart in the midst of a new anti-LGBTQ culture war, and the high school English teacher caught in the middle. Follow the podcast and listen to the first two episodes now: https://link.chtbl.com/grapevine_alw_ 
Published 10/05/23
Ali Velshi gives a special preview of his new podcast, “Velshi Banned Book Club,” an act of resistance against the epidemic of book banning. In each episode, a different author of a banned book joins Ali—including Margaret Atwood, Nikole Hannah-Jones, Laurie Halse Anderson and more—to talk about why their work is being targeted and about the literature itself. “Velshi Banned Book Club” is a series rooted in literary and cultural analysis and in the notion of reading as resistance. Listen to...
Published 08/24/23
The Golden State banned affirmative action in public universities almost 30 years ago. Then everyone lost out. What’s ahead for the entire country after this summer's Supreme Court ruling.
Published 07/20/23
A California task force delivered their official proposal for reparations. We return to a conversation with Nikole Hannah-Jones about why they’re needed.
Published 07/13/23
To continue our Hip-Hop 50 celebration, we revisit our story about Atlanta’s Freaknik — one of the biggest, Blackest parties in history.
Published 07/06/23
In this bonus episode of Into America: the history and stakes of Affirmative Action on the heels of the Supreme Court ruling.
Published 06/30/23
Queer, Black baby boomers on why growing older wasn't a guarantee, what it’s like to now be on the other side of 60, and why Pride gets sweeter with age.
Published 06/29/23
America would be nowhere without the blood, sweat, and tears of Black labor. Why the Black working class is the backbone of our economy.
Published 06/22/23
In the birthplace of Juneteenth, Black Galveston residents continue to fight for ‘absolute equality’ in the face of gentrification.
Published 06/15/23
As a bonus for listeners, we’re sharing a special preview of “Rachel Maddow Presents: Déjà News,” a new original podcast series from MSNBC. In each episode, Rachel Maddow and co-host Isaac-Davy Aronson seek a deeper understanding of a story in today's headlines by asking: Has anything like this ever happened before? Would knowing that help us grapple with what’s happening now… and what might happen next? Listen to the first episode now and follow the series: https://link.chtbl.com/rmpdn_fdlw
Published 06/12/23
How growing AI capabilities could impact the future of Black America. And, Trymaine Lee uses the technology to interview himself (sort-of).
Published 06/08/23
In part two of our series on local alternatives to policing, Trymaine Lee joins Miami’s Freedom House Mobile Crisis unit as they gear up to provide emergency mental health care.
Published 06/01/23