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Roland Martin Show Audio Podcast: Has The Moment Passed In Ferguson?

Roland Martin Show Audio Podcast: Has The Moment Passed In Ferguson?

Ray Baker sits in for Roland Martin for this edition of “The Roland Martin Show” on the Empowerment Radio Network. Law Professor at Saint Louis University and Human Rights Activist Justin Hansford talks Ferguson, the Ferguson Commission meetings and building a sustainable movement. Congressional Black Caucus Chair, Congressman G.K. Butterfiled joined Baker on “The Roland […]

NewsOne Now Audio Podcast: FCC Rules On Net Neutrality, What Does It Means For You

NewsOne Now Audio Podcast: FCC Rules On Net Neutrality, What Does It Means For You

NewsOne Now Exclusive: FCC Commissioner Discusses Net Neutrality Ruling On Thursday the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) agreed to rules that would ban internet service providers from creating fast lanes and prioritizing traffic on their networks. FCC Commissioner Mignon Clyburn joined Roland Martin Friday on “NewsOne Now” to discuss net neutrality, what it means for you […]

ROLAND MARTIN: GOP Hypocrisy In D.C.’s Pot Laws

ROLAND MARTIN: GOP Hypocrisy In D.C.’s Pot Laws

by Roland Martin Editor-in-Chief RolandMartinReports.com I’m desperately trying to understand how getting marijuana laws passed nationwide has become today’s Selma, but if there is one thing that is intolerable it’s the shameful way congressional Republicans are bullying the residents of Washington, D.C., to not blaze in the comfort of their homes. Possessing marijuana in the […]

Roland Martin Show Audio Podcast: Abysmal Black Voter Turnout In Chicago

Roland Martin Show Audio Podcast: Abysmal Black Voter Turnout In Chicago

Roland Martin breaks down the Chicago mayoral elections and the abysmal, terribly low Black voter turnout. Chicago based journalist Kathy Chaney joins the conversation to explain why African American voters may have decided to sit this one out. Former federal prosecutor Glenn Ivey talks about the Department of Justice’s decision to not file federal civil rights charges against […]

NewsOne Now Audio Podcast: Sybrina Fulton Responds To DOJ Decision Not To Charge George Zimmerman

NewsOne Now Audio Podcast: Sybrina Fulton Responds To DOJ Decision Not To Charge George Zimmerman

Sybrina Fulton, Mother Of Trayvon Martin, Responds To DOJ Decision Not To Charge George Zimmerman Nearly three years after Trayvon Martin murdered by George Zimmerman, the Justice Department announced it decided not to pursue federal charges against the former neighborhood watch volunteer. Attorney General Eric Holder was quoted in a statement released by the Department of Justice saying: “The death of […]

NewsOne Now Podcast: Patricia Arquette Wants Black And LGBT Communities To Fight For Equal Pay For Women

NewsOne Now Podcast: Patricia Arquette Wants Black And LGBT Communities To Fight For Equal Pay For Women

Backstage Oscar Drama: Patricia Arquette Calls On ‘Gay People And People Of Color’ To Fight For Women’s Rights  Academy Award winner Patricia Arquette took the time to mention the need for equal pay for women during her Oscar acceptance speech saying, “To every woman who gave birth to every taxpayer and citizen of this nation, we […]

Roland Martin Show Audio Podcast: Oscars Rewind

Roland Martin Show Audio Podcast: Oscars Rewind

Roland Martin recaps the 2015 Academy Awards in this edition of “The Roland Martin Show.” Entertainment Tonight’s Nichelle Tuner, NPR TV Critic, Eric Deggans, Access Hollywood’s Saun Robinson, and entertainment journalist and pop culture expert, Jawn Murray join Martin to break down this year’s Oscars. So-called “America’s Mayor” Rudy Giuliani goes on the attack against President Obama saying, […]

NewsOne Now Audio Podcast: Common, John Legend Get Political At The Oscars

NewsOne Now Audio Podcast: Common, John Legend Get Political At The Oscars

Common and John Legend captured Oscar gold on Sunday with their win for Best Original Song for “Glory,” the title track to  the movie “Selma”. During their acceptance speech, both Legend and Common spoke of the fight against social injustice in their respective remarks after grabbing hold of their Academy Award. Common told the audience […]

Roland Martin Show Audio Podcast: Malcolm X In His Own Words — The Ballot Or The Bullet

Roland Martin Show Audio Podcast: Malcolm X In His Own Words — The Ballot Or The Bullet

It has been 50 years since Malcolm X was assassinated in the Audubon Ballroom in New York City.  50 years later his words reverberate through time and resonate in today’s world. In this special edition of “The Roland Martin Show,” we hear from Brother Malcolm in his own words, in his own time though his speech, […]

NewsOne Now Audio Podcast: Honoring Malcolm - Commemorating The 50Th Anniversary Of The Assassination Of Malcolm X

NewsOne Now Audio Podcast: Honoring Malcolm - Commemorating The 50Th Anniversary Of The Assassination Of Malcolm X

Honoring Malcolm: NewsOne Now Commemorates The 50Th Anniversary Of The Assassination Of Malcolm X  Malcolm X, one of the most important figures of the second half of the 21st century, brought a different perspective to Black America and the world. His perspective was different from Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.; it was different from many other […]

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