THIS WEEK On Washington Watch: Jesse Jackson Jr. Admitted Misuse Of Campaign Funds; Potential Overturn Of Section Five Of The Voting Rights Act; Impact Of Sequestration On Everyday Americans | Roland Martin Reports

THIS WEEK On Washington Watch: Jesse Jackson Jr. Admitted Misuse Of Campaign Funds; Potential Overturn Of Section Five Of The Voting Rights Act; Impact Of Sequestration On Everyday Americans

FORMER CONGRESSMAN JESSE JACKSON JR. IS AMONG THE HEADLINING TOPICS ON FEB. 24WASHINGTON WATCH WITH ROLAND MARTIN

–Topics to include: Former Congressman Jesse Jackson Jr. admitted misuse of campaign funds; potential overturn of Section Five of the Voting Rights Act of 1965; the impact of the sequestration on everyday Americans; accuracy in credit reports and the epidemic of domestic violence–

February, 22, 2013, Silver Spring, MD – Author of “No More Drama and Founder of Truthinreality.org, Sil Lai Abrams; Co-director of the Voting Rights Project for the Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law, Marcia Johnson-Blanco; Co-Director of the Advancement Project, Judith Browne Dianis and Financial columnist for the Washington Post, Michelle Singletary are among the guests on this week’s Washington Watch with Roland Martin, which airs on TV One, Sunday, February 24, 2013 at 11 AM ET.

The journalist/commentator panel includes: Host of radio show, The Sex, Politics and Religion HourJamila Bey; Host of The Right Side with Armstrong WilliamsArmstrong Williams; Sirius XM’s The Black EagleJoe Madison and Host of The Issues with Wilmer LeonWilmer Leon.

Topics to include: Former Congressman Jesse Jackson Jr. admitted misuse of campaign funds; the potential overturn of Section Five of The Voting Rights Act of 1965, and the impact it would have on African American voters; the impact of the sequestration on everyday Americans; the importance of checking for accuracy in credit reports and the epidemic of domestic violence in the U.S.

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