10.14.2022 #RolandMartinUnfiltered: Jaheim McMillan Shooting,LA City Council,Black Optometry Pipeline,Jayland Walker Cops Back to Work
There are more questions than answers in the case of a Black Mississippi teenager getting shot in the head by Gulfport police. Witnesses contradict the cops' narrative leaving Jaheim McMillan's family questioning the officers' actions. The family attorney is here to update us on the case.
Acting Los Angeles, California City Council President Mitch O'Farrell says until the remaining two council members who were caught on an audio recording making racist remarks resign, the council cannot move forward. I'll talk to the first Black woman to serve on the LA City Council in nearly ten years about what's happening.
Civic organizations across the country are doing what they can to ensure all eligible voters are registered. Barbara Arnwine, the Founder and President of Transformative Justice Coalition, will tell us about the Votercade.
A Georgia county is now at the heart of a discrimination lawsuit filed by the U.S. Justice Department following two Black men's termination.
And in our Education Matters segment, an Optometry organization want to create a pipeline for Black students to get into the eye care field.
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