Anyhow, there wasn't much new territory covered on the show. In many respects it seemed like a mini-version of the 'State of Black America' program that Tavis Smiley used to produce each year. This time MSNBC tried valiantly to cover a number of the issues within the Black community that need to be addressed.
The most entertaining part of the show was also the saddest part. Did any of you see when Cornel West and Al Sharpton started playing the dozens with each other? If they had been sitting next to each other ... or if there wasn't a table in front of them ... then I think that the two old men would have come to blows.
You be the judge!
What was your take on this segment ... or the entire show?