4.28.2022 #RolandMartinUnfiltered: 2nd chance for Kaepernick? S.C. Hate Crime Bill, FDA's Menthol Ban, Endemic v.Pandemic, Sen. Tim Kaine
Raiders owner Mark Davis says he's open to signing Colin Kaepernick.
There are just a few days remaining for South Carolina's hate crime bill to pass. The bill is named after State Senator Clementa Pinckney, who was gunned down with eight other black church members during a Bible study session by a white supremacist in 2015. A South Carolina State representative will tell us why some republicans are opposing the bill.
Dr. Anothy Fauci says we are out of the pandemic phase, but Covid is still not over. We'll talk to a geneticist who will explain what it means to be in an endemic versus a pandemic phase of Covid.
The FDA is cracking down on the use of menthol flavoring in tobacco products to help decrease youth experimentation and addiction. We have the Association of Black Cardiologists spokesperson who will explain why the FDA's proposal will help prevent tobacco companies from targeting our black youths.
In today's Where's Our Money segment, I spoke to Sen. Tim Kaine about his joint effort with Senators Cory Booker and Joyce Beatty to keep more money in our pockets by increasing asset management diversity in retirement accounts.
After spending decades in prison, a black man in Florida is free. His only crime? Having the same name as the actual perpetrator.
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