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ARISE NEWS: Previewing the President’s 2014 State of the Union Address

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Michelle D. Bernard joins host Julian Phillips with Arise Review and Spencer Overton of George Washington University Law School to preview President Obama’s 2014 State of the Union Address. VIDEO HERE: http://www.arise.tv/headline/arise-review-26-01-4631 Air Date: January 26, 2014

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The McLaughlin Group: The Ryan-Murray Budget Deal, President Obama’s Handshake with Raul Castro and US-Cuba Relations

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Michelle D. Bernard joins The McLaughlin Group to discuss the Ryan-Murray Budget Deal and US-Cuba Relations.

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Sojourners Magazine: Naming the Sin, Are Churches Helping to Stop Domestic Violence or Enabling It?

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By, Michelle D. Bernard JULIE OWENS had no way of knowing that, within days of saying her marriage vows, she would become a victim of domestic violence. She grew up in a Christian home. Her father was a pastor. Her brother was a pastor. Her uncles were pastors. Her parents had a beautiful and enduring […]

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All In with Chris Hayes: The Failure of House Moderates

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Michelle D. Bernard joins “All In with Chris Hayes” to discuss the failure of moderate Republicans to avert the recent shut down of the federal government.

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The Huffington Post: Single Mothers Are Not Responsible for a Decline in Newspaper Sales

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Single motherhood inevitably leads to a cornucopia of stereotypes about single mothers whether African-American, Hispanic or white as “baby mamas” destroying America’s virtue. All of the stereotypes are tiresome and the latest, single mothers as the blame for the decline in newspaper sales, is just plain stupid.

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Hardball with Chris Matthews: Is President Obama Judged by the “Content of his Character”?

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Michelle D. Bernard joins Hardball with Chris Matthews to discuss President Obama’s speech on the 50th anniversary of the March on Washington

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The McLaughlin Group: The 50th Anniversary of Martin Luther King’s “I Have a Dream Speech,” Domestic Surveillance and U.S. Egypt Relations

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Michelle D. Bernard joins the McLaughlin Group to discuss the 50th anniversary of the March on Washington, race relations today and proposed reforms regarding domestic surveillance.

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The Washington Post’s She the People: Jamaican immigrants reflect on America’s promise on the 50th anniversary of the March on Washington

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Despite the flagrant racism against blacks in America , 50 years ago, the author’s parents and thousands of people of color from around the world, chose to migrate to the United States.

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The Daily Run Down with Chuck Todd: The 50th Anniversary of the March on Washington and the Impact Dr. King’s Message

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Michelle D. Bernard joins the Daily Run with Chuck Todd to discuss the successes of African American CEO’s and minority owned businesses today and what the nation’s discussion about race will be 50 years from now.

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