1.4.2023 #RolandMartinUnfiltered: Bishop Barber Meets AMC CEO, Chicago Firefighter Discrimination Suit, Florida's Abortion Rights
A federal judge ruled a conservative group did not violate the Voting Rights Act when it challenged the eligibility of more than 360,000 Georgia voters just before a 2021 runoff election.
Harvard's ousted President, Claudine Gay, sheds light on why she resigned in an op-ed for the New York Times. We'll examine why she said, "What Just Happened at Harvard Is Bigger Than Me."
Bishop William Barber will be here to discuss what happened in his meeting with AMC's CEO after police escorted him out in a North Carolina theater.
117 Chicago firefighters have been a part of a civil lawsuit for decades. I'll talk to the employment attorney handling the case to find out why this case, which started in the late 1990s, has not been settled.
A Florida group wants the issue of abortion left up to voters and not legislators. I'll talk to the President of Women's Voices for Southwest Florida about the petition to get abortion on the 2024 ballot.
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