THIS WEEK On Washington Watch: Big Banks Too Big To Jail; Inequality Within The LGBT Community; Charges In The Hazing Death Of Robert Champion; Zimmerman Waives His Right To Stand Your Ground Hearing | Roland Martin Reports

THIS WEEK On Washington Watch: Big Banks Too Big To Jail; Inequality Within The LGBT Community; Charges In The Hazing Death Of Robert Champion; Zimmerman Waives His Right To Stand Your Ground Hearing

RACIAL INEQUALITY IN THE LGBT EQUALITY MOVEMENT, HAZING DEATH OF ROBERT CHAMPION AND BANKERS TOO BIG TO JAIL ARE AMONG THE TOPICS ON MARCH 10 WASHINGTON WATCH WITH ROLAND MARTIN

Topics to include: the hazing death of Robert Champion; inequality within the LGBT community; prosecuting big banks and George Zimmerman waives his right to ‘Stand Your Ground’ hearing.

March, 8, 2013, Silver Spring MD – Pamela Champion, mother of Robert Champion, the Florida A&M University drum major who died in 2011 due to a hazing incident, and the  family’s attorney, Christopher Chestnut; Deputy Executive Director of the National Gay and Lesbian Task Force, Dr. Darlene Nipper; President and CEO of the Center for Black Equity,Earl Fowlkes and CEO and Founder of Black Men’s Xchange, Cleo Manago  are among the guests on this week’sWashington Watch with Roland Martin, which airs on TV One, Sunday, March 10, 2013 at 11 AM EST.

The journalist/commentator panel includes: President and CEO of the Bernard Center for Women, Michelle Bernard; Principal at IMPACT, Angela Rye; Host of The Right Side with Armstrong WilliamsArmstrong Williams and syndicated columnist for the National Newspaper Publishers Association, George Curry.

Topics to include: manslaughter added to charges in hazing death of Robert Champion; inequality for African Americans within the LGBT community; the difficulty of prosecuting big banks and George Zimmerman waives his right to ‘Stand Your Ground’ hearing in Trayvon Martin case.

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