9.29.2022 #RolandMartinUnfiltered: Ginni Thomas Faces Jan. 6 Committee, Coolio Dies, Miss. Water Crisis, Black Girls & Suspension Rates
Ginni Thomas, the wife of Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas, was questioned by the House January 6 Committee today. She told the Jan. 6 investigators she still believes the 2020 election was stolen. We'll break it all down.
We lost another great one. Grammy-winning rapper Coolio died after being found unresponsive on a bathroom floor inside a friend's house.
The life expectancy for black men has decreased, and it's four years shorter than our white counterparts.
We'll have the newly elected President of the National Medical Association break down the new study.
The state of Tennesee still owes the state's only publicly funded HBCU, Tennessee State University, over $500M. Dr. Jeff Carr will join us to explain why the state hasn't signed that check yet.
Jackson, Mississippi, has been begging for funds to update its water system for years. The current governor has admitted to blocking funds the city needed when he was the state's treasurer. Mayor Chokwe Lumumba will join us for an update on the city's water crisis.
And a new study finds that black girls are more than four times more likely to get suspended from school. We'll talk to the study's author and the executive director of an organization with programs to help those girls get back on track.
We'll tell you why several republican-led states are suing President Joe Biden over his student load forgiveness plan.
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