4.25.22 #RolandMartinUnfiltered: P. Moses Charges Dropped, Miss. Voting Lawsuit, Toyota's PAC Money, CBS Discrimination Lawsuit
The Black Lives Matter activist unlawfully convicted of illegal voter registration in 2019 will not face another trial. Memphis prosecutors have dropped the charges. P. Moses and her attorney will join us tonight.
A lawsuit claiming the new Mississippi voting districts to Supreme Court justices will deny Black voters an equal chance to participate in the political process. One of the attorneys from the ACLU of Mississippi is here to explain.
Last year, Toyota promised to stop making contributions to those republicans who refused to ratify the 2020 election. Well, that didn't last long. The car company is back funding, as they said, "some members of Congress."
She was a freelance reporter for the CBS Corporation. She said the media company disregarded labor laws, and its pay practices disproportionately impacted women, people of color, and members of the LGBTQ communities. So Silva Harapetian filed a lawsuit on behalf of all CBS freelancers. The trial will begin this week. Silva will join us to talk about how it's been for her since filing the lawsuit.
is headed to federal court this week to face accusations of wage theft, a pay practice that disproportionately impacts women, people of color, and members of the LGBTQ communities. I'll be talking to the remaining plaintiff in what started as a class-action lawsuit.
A report says New York state has a racist system of imposing high fees on its citizens, particularly black ones. A representative from the "No Price on Justice campaign" will drop by to talk about what's being done to eliminate the fines sending people to jail.
In tonight's Fit, Live, Win segment, he's lost over 200 pounds, and the social media influencer, Just A Dope Dad, is here to tell us how he did it.
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