melissa harris-perry*When “The Help” first came out, Melissa Harris-Perry quickly became one of its most vocal critics, arguing that the film sets back black actors by reducing them to the role of maids and glossing over some of the more heinous aspects of the black domestic worker experience.

Now that “The Help” is is up for an Oscar today, she’s still not feeling it.

On her eponymous MSNBC program Saturday, Harris-Perry revisited the film, reiterating that the obfuscating of serious concerns for black women in the service industry was particularly problematic.

She and her panel had lots more to say.

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