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Washington Watch with Roland Martin: Should the Boston Marathon Bomber Suspect be Afforded his Rights Under the U.S. Constitution?

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Michelle D. Bernard joins Washington Watch with Roland Martin to discuss the Boston Marathon bombing, enemy combatants and the U.S. Constitution.

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Washington Watch with Roland Martin: The Dangers Associated with Racial Profiling in the Wake of the Boston Marathon Bombing

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Michelle D. Bernard joins Washington Watch with Roland Martin to discuss calls for the racial profiling of Muslims in the wake of the Boston Marathon bombing.

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Washington Watch with Roland Martin: George Zimmerman Waives Stand Your Ground Hearing and the Death of Venezuelan President Hugo Chávez

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Michelle D. Bernard joins Washington Watch with Roland Martin to discuss George Zimmerman waiving his right to a “Stand Your Ground” hearing in the Trayvon Martin murder case, and reaction to the death of Venezuelan president Hugo Chávez world wide and US foreign policy interests in Venezuela.

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Washington Watch with Roland Martin: Too Big to Jail?

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Michelle D. Bernard joins TV One’s Washington Watch with Roland Martin to discuss US Attorney General Eric Holder’s recent statement that some banks are too big for the U.S. Department of Justice to prosecute.

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The Daily Run Down with Chuck Todd: The White House’s Second Term Portrait

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January 18, 2013:  Michelle D. Bernard joins Amy Walter of  The Cook Political Report,  Ruth Marcus of The Washington Post and Chuck Todd of  MSNBC’s The Daily Run Down with Chuck Todd to discuss President Obama’s second term. Visit NBCNews.com for breaking news, world news, and news about the economy

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Washington Watch with Roland Martin: Debating Susan Rice

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December 2, 2012: Michelle D. Bernard joins Washington Watch with Roland Martin to discuss the furor surrounding Ambassador Susan Rice and the politics of the week.   Your browser does not support iframes.

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The Washington Post’s She The People: President Obama Must Support Afghanistan’s Women Against the Taliban

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The Washington Post’s She The People A girl reads aloud in an unsanctioned girls school in Spina, Afghanistan, on April 12, 2012. The Taliban shuttered a U.S.-funded girls’ school in 2007, leaving some children to attend an unsanctioned school in a family’s living room. (Kevin Sieff/The Washington Post) President Obama was elected to fix the […]

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NPR: Who’s Making Political Hay Out Of Osama Bin Laden?

May 2, 2012:  Michelle Bernard, president & CEO of the Bernard Center joins host Michel Martin, professor Asra Nomani and bloggers Viviana Hurtado and Danielle Belton to discuss whether President Obama and Mitt Romney are politicizing last year’s killing of Osama bin Laden. They also weigh in on campaign ads meant to reach niche voters.

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The Daily Run Down with Chuck Todd: President Obama’s Plan for Afghanistan

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May 2, 2012: Michelle D. Bernard, president & CEO of the Bernard Center joins The Washington Post’s Anne Kornblut and Priorities USA’s Bill Burton to discuss the future relationship between the US and Afghanistan .

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