5.6.2022 #RolandMartinUnfiltered: Anti-Discriminatory Bank Law; Teacher Force Black Students to Pick Cotton, Kevin Samuels Dies
Redlining, the discriminatory practice of classifying ethnic minorities and low-income neighborhoods as 'hazardous' for investment, continues but three of the nation's largest banking institutions want to update an anti-discriminatory bank law to address the harm of redlining. We'll talk to the President and CEO of the National Community Reinvestment Coalition, pushing for the changes.
A white New York teacher is on administrative leave for handcuffing, shackling, and making his black student pick cotton during a lesson on slavery.
A former Colorado police officer pleads guilty to assaulting a 76-year-old woman during an arrest.
A wrongly convicted Indiana man will receive $7.5 million, the largest settlement awarded to a wrongfully imprisoned plaintiff in Indiana.
The conduct of a Maryland officer that has Prince George's County facing a $75 million lawsuit is now a convicted felon.
The Poor People's Campaign is gearing up for next month's Moral March on Washington and the Polls. They'll tell you how you can get involved.
And in our Education Matters segment, we'll look at a non-profit that found a way to help black and brown students prepare for the future.
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