9.23.2022 #RolandMartinUnfiltered: DOJ KCMO PD Prope, FAMU Students Sue Fla. over State Funds, McClain Autopsy Amended, IL Cop Charged
Kansas City civil rights groups have long known their police department had high incidences of violence against Black and Latino people and racist hiring practices. Now the Department of Justice is investigating. The President and CEO of the Urban League of Greater Kansas City, Gwen Grant, and Marc Morial, the President, and CEO of the National Urban League, are here tonight to discuss what they hope to come of this probe.
An amended autopsy report says Elijah McClain's death was caused by being injected with ketamine by paramedics after being forcibly restrained.
A former Illinois police officer is charged with murdering a black man after a brief car chase.
A white Mississippi man gets indicted on federal hate crime and arson charges for burning a cross to intimidate a black family.
Thursday, congress members met with faith leaders to discuss Congress's responsibility to act on voting rights, living wages, and healthcare for the poor. I'll talk to California Representative Ro Khanna, who was at that meeting, to find out if they have come up with a plan.
In our Education Matters segment, Texas Southern University has a new Student Success Satellite Center in Arlington. I'll talk to Ron Price, a TSU Board of Regents member.
And I'll show you some of my interviews from the screening of the Sidney Poitier documentary.
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