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General Mills changes policy after outcry

msnbc.com — Food manufacturer General Mills will no longer force customers into private arbitration procedures as a condition of interacting with the company.
Now and then a company tries something so patently anti-consumer that customers rebel. h/t @AdamSerwer bgell.me/1loWGre #generalmills
RT @AdamSerwer: General Mills apologizes, reverses policy that forced arbitration merely for "use of our sites." msnbc.com/msnbc/general-…
General Mills backs down from ridiculous online policy, with ridiculous rationale in semi-apology. msnbc.com/msnbc/general-…
General Mills apologizes, reverses policy that forced arbitration merely for "use of our sites." msnbc.com/msnbc/general-…
@AdamSerwer: General Mills reverses its forced arbitration policy after the Internet freaks out msnbc.com/msnbc/general-…
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Senator: "We're going to lose Eastern Ukraine"

msnbc.com — Tennessee Republican Senator Bob Corker told NBC News Sunday that Russia was likely to take over Eastern Ukraine.
Manly man David Brooks says Obama's foreign policy has a "manhood problem" msnbc.com/msnbc/senator-…

Residents look to exit diversifying community

msnbc.com — Melissa Harris-Perry talks about the group of predominately wealthy, white residents of East Baton Rouge Parish in Louisiana who are looking to separate themselves, their schools and their tax dollars from the rest of their parish, or county.
East Baton Rouge Parish residents want to separate themselves from their less wealthy, less white neighbors: on.msnbc.com/1mpn7P7

Boxer Rubin "Hurricane" Carter, symbol of racism, dies at 76

msnbc.com — Boxer Rubin "Hurricane" Carter, who became a symbol of racism in the U.S. justice system following two convictions on charges of murder, died Sunday at 76.

The April 20 'MHP' Syllabus

msnbc.com — Why did LBJ need another law to make sure part of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 would be enforced? And how has sexual violence become "normal"? 10am ET, msnbc.
Today we'll discuss election 2014, housing segregation, the new normal for girls & Pearl Cleage joins #nerdland! msnbc.com/melissa-harris…

Using free tattoos to mentor teens

msnbc.com — Participants Stella Hirsch, Devin Lopez, and tattoo artist Scott Campbell join Craig Melvin to talk about the mentorship idea linked with tattoos and teens.

Could you survive on $1.50 a day?

msnbc.com — Want to know what it's like to live on $1.50 a day? Find out how in the Afternoon MoJoe exclusive interview with Hunter Biden and Hugh Evans.

Alabama inmates stage protest over free labor system

msnbc.com — For the second time this year, prisoners in Alabama are planning a nonviolent demonstration and work stoppage to protest conditions inside the state's prisons.