Jayland Walker No Charges, AL Sweet 16 Shooting, MO Ralph Paul Yarl Shooting
An Ohio grand jury ruled the eight officers involved in the shooting death of 25-year-old Jayland Walker last summer will not face charges.
Protesters in Kansas City, Missouri, filling the streets after a black honor student and talented musician, Ralph Paul Yarl, was shot by a white homeowner as he went to the wrong house to pick up his siblings. The family's attorney, Ben Crump, will give us an update.
California State senator introduces a bill to help identify and find missing black people. We will speak with the lawmaker behind the proposed Ebony Alert bill to assist law enforcement agencies in prioritizing missing people in our communities.
In Texas, a black woman is sentenced to prison for voting. Tomorrow, her case goes before the second Court of Appeals in Fort Worth. Crystal Mason's attorney will update us on the case and tell us what she hopes to come out of tomorrow's hearing.
We will follow another story out of Texas involving a Texas school district investigating one of its teachers for allegedly making a black student portray an enslaved person during class.
It's Time to Bring the Funk on Roland Martin Unfiltered streaming live on the Black Star Network. Let's go.