THIS WEEK On Washington Watch: Bishop T.D. Jakes Discusses New Pope And Christianity; Can The GOP Attract African-Americans; Growing Wealth Gap Between White And Black Families; The Combined Political Power Of Blacks And Hispanics
BISHOP T.D. JAKES DISCUSSES NEW POPE AND CHRISTIANITY, HELPING FORMER INMATES ON MARCH 17 EDITION WASHINGTON WATCH WITH ROLAND MARTIN
Topics to include: the election of the first Latin American pontiff – Pope Francis; the Conservative Political Action Conference; the growing wealth gap between black and white families and the combined political power of blacks and Hispanics—
March, 15, 2013, Silver Spring, MD – Bishop T. D. Jakes of The Potter’s House worship center in Dallas, Texas; Chief Economist for the AFL-CIO, William Spriggs and National Economics Reporter for the Washington Post, Michael Fletcher are among the guests on this week’s Washington Watch with Roland Martin, airing on TV One, Sunday, March 17, 2013 at 11 AM ET.
The journalist/commentator panel includes: Former Ohio Secretary of State, Ken Blackwell; Managing Partner at the Buten Group, Charles Butler; Political Commentator for theGrio.com, Sophia Nelson and Sirius XM’s, The Black Eagle, Joe Madison.
Topics during the hour include: the election of the first Latin American pontiff – Pope Francis, and the effects on Black Catholics and Christians in America and around the world; the Conservative Political Action Conference and the future of the Republican party; causes of the increased wealth gap between blacks and whites and approaches to closing the divide, and the strong combined political power of blacks and Hispanics.
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