Mo Ivory Appears on MSNBC Discussing Police Shootings


This morning on MSNBC, I discussed the recent police shootings of Terence Crutcher of Tulsa, OK and Keith Lamont Scott of Charlotte, NC. during a segment with host, Stephanie Ruhle.

The continued protests, both peaceful and violent continue across our country as African-Americans continue to die at the hands of the police.  Many expressed their dispair about the recent shooting and the need for immediate change, some even calling for an economic boycott of white owned businesses.

Watch the video and let me know your thoughts on how we can make things better.  Follow me @moivory on Twitter and @moivoryshow on Instagram.  Thanks and let’s stay in prayer for the families of those who lost their lives and for change in our country.




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