NewsOne Now Audio Podcast: Trevor Noah Backlash For Old ‘Racist, Sexist’ Tweets


Trevor Noah Under Fire For ‘Racist, Sexist’ Tweets

On Monday, a handful of questionable tweets from comedian Trevor Noah were unearthed just hours after he was named the new Daily Show host.

Noah, who hails from South Africa, was bestowed the title by Comedy Central after appearing on the show a handful of times. But even a strong co-sign from Jon Stewart didn’t stop a handful of people, including BuzzFeed’s business editor Tom Gara, from revealing some of his old tweets that made fun of Jews, lesbians, and overweight people.

Public Vs. Charter School: Which Is The Best Option For Our Children?


The school choice battle rages on — public school proponents believe their way of implementing education is the best way, while proponents of charter schools believe their way of instructing our youth is better.

To educate our youth, do we have to choose public or charter schools? Can we take elements from both sides to educate our children and can we focus on what works best?

On Wednesday’s NewsOne Now, Roland MartinAngela RyeKeith Campbell, Paris Dennard, and Bob Woodson discussed school choice and how to cut through all of the jargon and rhetoric to get to what really matters — educating our children to make sure they have the best possible outcomes.

Actress Vanessa Bell Calloway Dishes On The TV One Movie ‘To Hell And Back’ 

This Easter weekend TV One will air its latest movie “To Hell and Back” starting Ernie Hudson andVanessa Bell Calloway.

The new and original production will premiere on Saturday, April 4th at8PM/ET and is a modern day adaptation of “The Book of Job.”

On Wednesday, Calloway told Roland Martin, host of NewsOne Now “To Hell and Back” is an “important story, especially in today’s time we have so much thrown at us — you got to always remain grateful and you always have to remind yourself who really is in charge. God is in charge.”

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