Roy Wood Jr. joins in on the festivities at the Justice or Else rally in Washington, D.C.
A Baltimore councilman argues that the word "thug" is racist during a contentious interview on CNN.
Baltimore police whisk away a black man for violating a citywide emergency curfew.
Social commentator Felonious Munk expounds on the perceived racist connotations of the word "thug."
The panelists talk police accountability in the age of smartphones and the use of the word "thug."
The mysterious death of Freddie Gray draws attention to a history of police brutality in Baltimore.
Chaos erupts in Baltimore after tensions between police and protesters turn violent.
CNN takes an awkward approach to the Baltimore riots, and Fox News revives racial stereotypes.
Larry offers a helpful suggestion for teenagers who plan on looting.
The panelists discuss how desperation and a prevailing sense of injustice can lead to riots.
Angel Lewis proves that angry moms can be far more persuasive than the National Guard.
Wolf Blitzer provides detailed coverage of a police car's movements in Baltimore.
Following civil unrest, Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake declares a state of emergency.
Journalist George Stephanopoulos explains how news-programming decisions are made.
News anchor George Stephanopoulos weighs in on Diane Sawyer's interview with Bruce Jenner.
Freddie Gray's death at the hands of police leads to riots and looting in Baltimore.
Ali Siddiq realizes he's in big trouble when he learns the meaning of some important prison slang.
Protests erupt following the decision not to indict Darren Wilson in the shooting of Michael Brown.
A crowd of eager shoppers wreaks havoc on a Target in Buffalo.
Tavis Smiley talks about Martin Luther King Jr. and the threats of poverty, racism and militarism.