Gov. Deval Patrick on whether the anger over recent police shootings of young black men can become more than a moment.
Will the grand jury decision be a verdict on race in America and how many Fergusons and Michael Browns exist in the U.S?
Panel discuss former DC Mayor Barry's legacy and whether Obama should do more about the issue of US race relations.
LZ Granderson, Tara Wall and Jesse Williams on the shooting of black teen by a white officer in Ferguson, MO and having an honest conversation about race in America.
Actor and activist Jesse Williams on the double standards and the narratives around race.
By CNN's Susan Garraty
The Fourth of July with its fireworks, barbecues, and parades is also a day when thousands of men and women around the country take their oath of allegiance and become American citizens. Debate and controversy surrounds the marked rise in the number of immigrants arriving from Central America hoping to make new homes in the United States, but aboard the historic battleship USS New Jersey in Camden, New Jersey on Independence Day there was only joy and celebration as 38 people swore allegiance to this country. The newly minted citizens included several men and women already serving in different branches of the U.S. armed forces.
A preview of Candy's interview with Congressman John Lewis. Lewis was the youngest keynote speaker on that historic day and the only surviving speaker. He looks back at the March on Washington and what it means 50 years later.
WEB EXTRA: A conversation on race and justice in America with Rep. Bobby Rush, Newt Gingrich, Crystal Wright, Charles Blow and Sherrilyn Ifill.
Professor Charles Ogletree puts President Obama's recent remarks on race and violence into context.