10.11.2022 #RolandMartinUnfiltered: Pamela Turner murder verdict; Unarmed Black teen killed by MS cop; LA City Council resignations
A Texas jury acquits a police officer for killing an unarmed black woman with a mental health crisis. Civil rights attorney Ben Crump will join us to tell us what's next for the family.
We'll tell you why folks in Gulfport, Mississippi, are demanding the body cam footage of an officer shooting a black teen in the head be released.
DNA testing results moved Baltimore prosecutors to drop charges against Adnan Syed in the murder of his ex-girlfriend. He's now a free man.
First, she resigned, and now Los Angeles City Council's Nury Martinez is taking a leave of absence since the audio of her racist comments was released.
An investment company is creating economic opportunities in Tanzania. The guys from Ward Holdings International will be here to tell us about their plans.
For the past couple of weeks, young women in Iran have been leading protests about the murder of Mahsa Amini, a young Kurdish woman who died in the custody of the morality police, and the law requiring them to wear hijabs. We'll break down what's happening on the other side of the globe.
The youngest licensed private pilot will stop by to tell us about this amazing accomplishment.
And in our Marketplace, we'll introduce to you the first and only black-owned slice bread company in the world.
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