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#RolandMartinUnfiltered October 5, 2022
10.5.2022 #RolandMartinUnfiltered: KCMO Police Troubles & White Media’s Supremacist Hypocrisy, OPEC Cuts Oil Production, WeKinkfolk App
The Mayor of Kansas City, Missouri addresses the DOJ's investigation of the city's police department. When we had the CEO of the Urban League of Greater Kansas City on the show, I called out the President of the Kansas City Board of Police Commissioners, Bishop Mark Tolbert. He heard it, and he's here tonight.
Plus, the black folks in Kansas City, Missouri, feel neglected and unheard regarding crimes in their community. I'll talk to the Founder and Editor of the Kansas City Defender, who is calling out the supremacist hypocrisy of Kanas City's white media.
Some white folks in Wisconsin are suing President Joe Biden's student loan forgiveness plan. They claim it violates federal law by intentionally seeking to narrow the racial wealth gap and help Black borrowers. Yeah, we'll talk about that.
OPEC's latest move could drive up gas prices. We'll show you what happened when a CNBC reporter asked Saudi Arabia's Energy Minister if the decision to cut oil production was a power play right before the midterm elections.
Fort Leavenworth makes history by installing its first black commander.
And in our Tech Talk segment, a black IT guru creates a social media platform that celebrates black and brown culture, unity, and love. I'll talk to the creator of We-Kin-Folk.
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