3.8.2023 #RolandMartinUnfiltered: DOJ Find Pattern Violations By Louisville Police, NAACP Support Tegna Deal, Racism In Mormon Church
The Department of Justice releases a damning 90-page report after a two-year investigation following the fatal shooting of Breonna Taylor by Louisville, Kentucky Metro Police. To break down the information, we will speak with the Louisville, Kentucky, Metro Interim Police Chief about the plan to fix the department and how to hold officers who commit misconduct accountable. We will also speak with a member of the Louisville City Council and Tamika Mallory, the Co-Founder of Until Freedom, where the city goes from here.
The Mormon Church has a complicated history around race. I'll talk to a black Ex-Mormon about her experience in the church and what she is telling other black people considering joining the church.
Civil rights leaders are speaking out about the FCC Media Bureau's decision to designate Standard General's proposed $8.6 billion acquisition of Tegna for a hearing. I will tell you what the NAACP New York State Conference president wrote to the FCC chair about the deal and how she believes it to benefit people of color.
In our Tech Talk segment, we will speak to the CEO of Royelles Gaming for Girls, who re-images how girl gamers learn through interaction, inclusive narratives, and inspiring personas.
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