Youngest Selma Marcher Recalls Meeting Dr. Martin Luther King01:32
NBC's Kristen Welker talks with Sheyann Webb, who at 8-years-old was the youngest civil rights activist who marched in the 1965 demonstration that came to be known as "Bloody Sunday."
Taunted Native American: 'Who teaches our children that?'02:08
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez: We need to 'fight for an America where all people are welcome'02:57
84 Migrants rush through the U.S. border00:47
Crowds across the country gather for third annual Women’s March01:38
Deadly pipeline explosion in Mexico kills dozens02:15
Trump: 'I appreciate' special counsel disputing Buzzfeed News story01:02