7.6.2022 #RolandMartinUnfiltered DOJ Challenges Ariz. Voting Law, Biden speaks to Griner's Wife, Grambling Volleyball Coach Fired
The Department of Justice will challenge Arizona's new law requiring voters to provide proof of citizenship for presidential elections. I'll talk to the CEO of Mi Familia Vota, a non-profit organization on the front lines battling to keep voting rights for all.
The January 6th committee and former White House counsel Pat Cipollone reaches a deal to be interviewed by Friday before the House committee.
Brittney Griner's wife speaks to President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris. Biden assures the WNBA's wife that he is doing everything possible to bring Griner home.
Grambling University fires their newly hired volleyball coach, who dismissed the entire team.
Two Nevada police departments will shell out nearly 100 thousand dollars to a black man mistakenly arrested when the cops were looking for a white man.
The first black secretary of the U.S. Army, Clifford Alexander Jr., died.
And in our Tech Talk segment, a food delivery service connecting you to black-owned hidden gems. We'll talk to the owner of Urban Eatz Delivery.