Born in Brooklyn, New York, Joy Reid moved with her mother, sister and brother to Colorado. Her father was seldom in the picture. When Reid was 17, her mother died of cancer, and Reid returned briefly to Brooklyn to live... More »

Joy Reid, also known as Joy-Ann Reid, graduated from Harvard University with a concentration in film and is a fellow of the Knight Center for Specialized Journalism. As of 2015, she is a national correspondent for MSNBC. More »

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Joy Ann Reid is a national correspondent for MSNBC and a liberal political commentator. Reid hosted her own short-lived afternoon talk show, "The Reid Report," which aired on MSNBC from January 2014 to February 2015. More »

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Currently in Brooklyn with her husband and three children, Joy Ann Reid is a correspondent for MSNBC, as of 2015. Jason Reid, Joy's husband, is a documentary film editor for the Discovery Channel. Joy is producing a docu... More »

Some members of Selena Quintanilla's family are her brother and father, both named Abraham, her husband Chris Perez and her sister Suzette. Selena was a Latin music singer known as the "Queen of Tejano Music." Yolanda Sa... More »

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Harold Reid sang bass with the Statler Brothers, an act that performed country and gospel music. Reid was born in 1939 and was native to Staunton, Virginia. Reid was also known for singing backing vocals for Johnny Cash. More »

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MSNBC correspondent and political commentator Joy-Ann Reid was born in Brooklyn, New York in 1970, the daughter of a Congolese father and a British Guyanese mother. She wrote the book "Fracture: Barack Obama, the Clinton... More »