At the top of our agenda this week: the President demands action on gun violence in the wake of the Newtown massacre of innocent children. Rejecting the violent gun culture, better home training and better mental health services are also on the table.
In the “Washington Watch” roundtable, Michelle Bernard, president and CEO of the Bernard Center for Women; Elroy Sailor, co-founder and CEO of the JC Watts Companies; Leila McDowell, managing director of communications for the Advancement Project; and Joe Madison, Sirius XM Radio’s “The Black Eagle.”
And Clarence Aaron, serving life without parole, may finally get justice. Plus, a campaign to stop the negative images of black women on television. All that and a Spiderman sighting at the White House!
It’s all happening right now on “Washington Watch.”
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