12.16.2022 #RolandMartinUnfiltered: Ronald Greene indictment, DOJ Changes Cocaine Sentencing Policy, Chris Paul Gifts Students
Five Louisiana state troopers accused of beating Ronald Greene to death in 2019 and covering it up have been charged. I'll ask his mom what she thinks about the negligent homicide, malfeasance, and obstruction of justice charges.
US Attorney General Merrick Garland is reversing decades of the racist drug policy that wrecked Black communities. We will discuss how this change will impact people of color.
A Louisiana Parish is in a legal battle to keep a construction company from building an industrial plant in a black residential neighborhood. The Co-Founder of The Descendants Project will explain the significant court victory.
The Senior Vice President of Public Policy & Government Affairs at the United Negro College Fund is here to discuss the IGNITE act. We will share the details of this life-changing bill.
Black women are starting businesses but face unprecedented burdens to keep their doors open. Legal Analyst and Business Owner Monique Pressley has created a pathway forward for black women. We will talk to her about her upcoming business seminar.
Chris Paul, Phoenix Suns Point Guard, just graduated from Winston-Salem State University and presented a $2500 financial gift to his graduating class. We will show you the video of him explaining why he did it.
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