At the top of our agenda this week, the drumbeat for justice for Trayvon Martin gets louder and louder. A toy from the ’50s dominates the GOP presidential race. Seriously? Our top story: how a few, Black voices demanding justice for Trayvon Martin have galvanized the Black community and America.
In the “Washington Watch” roundtable, Judith Browne Dianis, co-director of the Advancement Project; Dr. Chris Metzler, political scientist at Georgetown University; April Ryan, White House correspondent for American Urban Radio Networks; and Michelle Bernard, president and CEO of The Bernard Center.
Spiritual advisor Iyanla Vanzant on how to recover from loss.
Indiana congressman Andre Carson on what needs to be done to salvage the mental health of our war-weary troops. All that and a tribute to Dr. Dorothy Height, as well as the First Lady on “David Letterman” in this week’s edition of “Washington Watch.”
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