EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW WITH ACTOR AND ACTIVIST DANNY GLOVER AND INTERVIEW WITH ACTOR JAMIE FOXX ON FEB. 17 WASHINGTON WATCH WITH ROLAND MARTIN
Topics to include: Glover’s new documentary, “The House I Live In;” the “Day of Remembrance Peace Walk” in honor of Trayvon Martin; the State of the Union Address and President Obama’s recent speech on gun violence in Chicago;
February, 15, 2013, Silver Spring, MD, — In an exclusive interview with actor and activist Danny Glover, Roland Martin discusses Glover’s views of President Obama, his lifetime of activism, and his new documentary exploring the failures of America’s “War on Drugs,” The House I Live In in the latest edition of Washington Watch with Roland Martin airing Sunday, February 17, 11 AM/ET. Additionally, Martin interviews actor Jamie Foxx about his participation in the Day of Remembrance Peace Walk honoring the late Trayvon Martin during which he joined the family and supporters of Trayvon Martin, illuminating the family’s battle to repeal Florida’s Stand Your Ground law.
Other topics include: a recap of President Obama’s State of the Union Address and his recent address on gun violence in Chicago.
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