11.22.2022 #RolandMartinUnfiltered: GA Deputies Charged, LA Deputy Kills Black Man, TSU's Enrollment Questioned, Christmas Gift Ideas
Three Camden County, Georgia, Sheriff's Office employees have been arrested for beating a black detainee. Jarrett Hobbs' Attorney, Harry Daniels, will join us to discuss this latest development.
Driving while black is what a Louisiana family says got 45-year-old Derrick Kettling, the brother of a high-ranking State Police officer, killed. Civil rights attorney Ben Crump will explain how a traffic stop for window tint and a modified exhaust ended with a shot in the head.
There is so much to unpack about the Tennessee legislative committee grilling Tennessee State leadership over increased enrollment and alleged financial mismanagement. Lezli Baskerville, the CEO of the National Organization For Equal Opportunity in Higher Education, will be here to break this down even further.
It's Prematurity Awareness Month, and a recent report says the rate of babies born prematurely is at its highest since 2007. We'll examine why and what needs to be done to slow down this trend.
The Supreme Court refused to hear arguments from Black and Latino voters over Texas' legislative maps that gutted districts of color.
Atlanta will shell out one million dollars to Rashard Brooks' family for his death at the hands of an Atlanta police officer.
And in our Marketplace segment, we'll feature a black-owned gift shop for some great Christmas gift ideas.
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