9.9.2022 #RolandMartinUnfiltered: Migrant Emergency, Black GA Man Convicted On Added Charge During Trial, Jeff Bezos take on Uju Anya
Thousands of migrants are being bussed to major cities, like New York, Chicago, and Washington, D.C. D.C. mayor Muriel Bowser has declared a state of emergency. We'll talk to an immigration lawyer and the policy director of Black Alliance for Just Immigration to discuss options for the migrants and the cities flooded with migrants with no money and nowhere to go.
A Georgia jury rejects a black man's stand-your-ground defense in the murder of a white teen, convicting him of a charge that was added during the jury instructions. We'll talk to James Woodall from the Southern Center for Human Rights and discuss how that was even possible.
Amazon founder Jeff Bezos decided he wanted all the smoke Thursday when he went after Carnegie Mellon University's professor Uju Anya for what she said about Queen Elizabeth the Second. Well, Twitter let the e-commerce billionaire have it.
Brigham Young University says it found no evidence of anyone yelling racial slurs at a black Duke volleyball player. I'll tell you what they said about their investigation.
National Coalition on Black Civic Participation's Black Youth Vote launched its national "Black Collegiate & Community Challenge." I'll talk to the campaign manager about how they plan to motivate Black collegiate and community youth to vote in the 2022 Midterm elections.
And tonight's Education Matters segment, two businessmen are trying to educate HBCU students on how to get in on gaming.
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