NewsOne Now Audio Podcast: Black Women Protest GOP Slow Walking Of Loretta Lynch Confirmation


Black Women March On Sen. Mitch McConnell’s Office In Support Of Loretta Lynch

It has been more than 130 days since Loretta Lynch was nominated to be the next Attorney General of the United States.

On Thursday, 20 prominent African American women arrived at the offices of of Sen. Mitch McConnell to protest the GOP’s handling of the Loretta Lynch Attorney General confirmation. Melanie Campbell, president and CEO of the National Coalition on Black Civic Participation and convener of the Black Women’s Roundtable joined Roland Martin on “NewsOne Now” To discuss how her organization and other women’s organizations are mobilizing to force the Senate to move forward with the confirmation of Lynch.

Malik Yoba Sets The Record Straight About His Exit From “Empire”

Fans of FOX’s smash hit Empire were shocked when (spoiler alert) Malik Yoba’s character Vernon was killed during the season finale of the drama.

As a result of his exit from the show, rumors began circulating about his demise. According to some media reports and an anonymous source, Yoba was fired from the show for using drugs and for being difficult to work with.

On Friday, Yoba joined Roland Martin on NewsOne Now to set the record straight and talk about what’s next for him after this unfortunate series of events.

Cast Of “Things Your Man Won’t Do” Talk Relationships & Dish On The Star-Studded Stage Play

Members of the star-studded cast of the stage play “Things Your Man Won’t Do” stopped by the set ofNewsOne Now to talk about the production and spent a little time talking about relationships.

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