Larry uses logic to decide whether to save Martin Luther King Jr. or Malcolm X from a fire.
Roy Wood Sr. looks to future after Martin Luther King Jr. is arrested during a protest in Alabama.
Donald Trump mangles a well-known biblical reference during a speech aimed at evangelical voters.
A supposedly enlightened chapter of the KKK attempts to fill its ranks with minority members.
Presidential rivals Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders show off their African-American friends.
Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley remains practically invisible at the Democratic presidential debate.
A Georgia Air Force base apologizes for its insensitive Martin Luther King, Jr. Day ad.
PBS host Tavis Smiley discusses his book "The Covenant with Black America - Ten Years Later."
A dispute over public land in Oregon leads to an armed protest by right-wing militia members.
Who takes the top spot in Jadakiss's list of the top five busts of all time?
Larry asks the panelists about time-traveling heroism and notable action heroes.
A Kentucky clerk's battle against gay marriage draws dubious comparisons to Martin Luther King Jr.
The panelists examine the Black Lives Matter movement and its efforts to end police violence.
Congressman and "March" co-author John Lewis recalls the first time he met Martin Luther King Jr.
Congressman John Lewis highlights the civil rights movement in his graphic novel series "March."
Congressman John Lewis describes the incredible power and value of the right to vote.
Rep. John Lewis explains how the civil rights movement is a struggle the affects many generations.
Larry Wilmore asks if he's a hypocrite, and Harry Truman remarks on the Selma, AL, march.
Al Sharpton reacts to the all-white Oscar nominations, and Larry examines recent black protests.
The Nightly Show has its debut, and Martin Luther King Jr. becomes a Tea Party icon.