Former Boston Celtics player Cedric Maxwell declined to speak at the "free speech" rally in Boston, opting instead to join the counter-protesters. He reports back with what he saw.
NBC News' Garrett Haake spoke to a couple who came out protest against the alt-right's "free speech" rally in Boston. The couple says they neo-Nazism must remain on the fringe and not return to the mainstream.
Saturday's dueling rallies in Boston were fairly peaceful but police did make arrests following a minor clash with protesters.
Rep. John Garamendi argues that fringe hate-groups need to be publicly rebuffed, continuing that he does not believe Donald Trump has gone far enough to do this.
Amidst the unrest in Boston, reporter Meghan Barr describes an instance where counter-protesters blocked the so-called "free speech" ralliers from entering the Boston Common.
Racial tensions have risen after high-profile incidents of white supremacist violence. During a Boston rally against hate, Rev. James Peterson analyzes the racial context of the current moment.
MSNBC correspondent Garrett Haake interviews counter-protesters who explain why they're wearing Jewish badges - which were forced attire in Nazi-era Germany - to a Boston rally against bigotry.
Joy Reid is joined by Pastor A.R. Bernard, who is the first spiritual leader to resign from Donald Trump’s evangelical advisory board, after three other White House advisory boards disbanded this week.
Counter-protesters greatly outnumbered far-right, ‘free speech’ rally attendants on Saturday, as Joy Reid and her panel discuss the growing push to distance the Alt-Right from the GOP.
As members of the Alt-Right gathered in Boston under the banner of ‘free speech’ on Saturday, Joy and her panelists discuss Donald Trump’s apparent defense of white nationalists after Charlottesville.
Joy Reid and her panel discuss what we might expect from Steve Bannon, now that he has left the White House and returned to Breitbart News, vowing to wage a political ‘war.’