9.12.2022 #RolandMartinUnfiltered: Jackson's Water Crisis, Black Ala. Pastor Sues For Wrongful Arrest, HBCU Money Games, Gut Health
Jackson, Mississippi's water crisis continues. Residents have restored pressure, but the water is still unsuitable for consumption. After the show, I'll join The Poor People's Campaign's Moral Monday virtual town hall called Mississippi Voices. One of the organizers, a Jackson resident, will update us on what's happening in the state's largest city.
Jackson State head football coach Deion Sanders goes in on the money HBCUs are getting for putting their players at risk. OffScript host, Scottay, will join me in breaking down the point Primetime is trying to make.
There are new "literacy tests" devised to keep poor black people from the polls. ProPublica just released an article called "The Fight Against an Age-Old Effort to Block Americans From Voting." I'll have a conversation with one of the reporters about how republicans are really suppressing the right to vote.
The Black pastor in Alabama who ended up behind bars for watering a neighbor's flowers explains why he's suing the city and the officers who arrested him.
A Ms. Veteran America contestant is using her platform to address homeless women veterans because she used to be one. She'll tell us how she's using the pageant to raise awareness.
DC's Mandarin Oriental Hotel is under new management. The Salamander Hotels & Resorts is leading a joint venture to take the hotel.
And in tonight's Fit, Live, Win segment, we'll examine how an unhealthy gut can lead to several illnesses.
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