NewsOne Now Audio Podcast: Limits Set On The Transfer Of Military Hardware To Police


Pres. Obama Limits The Transfer Of Military Hardware To Police

The Obama administration announced plans on Monday to restrict police use of military gear in an effort to ease tensions between officers in some communities in the aftermath of Ferguson, Missouri.

Mayor Dana Redd joined Roland Martin on NewsOne Now to discuss President Barack Obama’s announcement in Camden, NJ.

Bishop T.D. Jakes’ Reconciled Church Looks To Close Racial Divide In The Pews

If you want to see segregation in America, all you have to do is go to church every Sunday.

Each week, African-Americans go to Black churches, Whites go to White churches, Latinos worship at Latino churches, etc. Regardless of race, all mentioned claim to love the same Jesus, remain separate when it comes to religion and in many instances, have totally different views of the world.

On Tuesday, Bishop T.D. Jakes joined Roland Martin on NewsOne Now to discuss The Reconciled Church initiative, how to heal the racial divide within the faith community, and this year’s MegaFest.

Brothers In Business: New Initiative To Launch Next Generation Of Black Male Entrepreneurs

The U.S. Black Chambers Inc. has launched an initiative to nurture the next generation of young Black male entrepreneurs, with a focus on closing the economic gap and providing positive role models in the community.

On Tuesday, Howard Jean, Chief Engineer of Young Black Male Entrepreneur Institute, Keith Benjamin, Chief Organizer/Connector of Young Black Male Entrepreneur Institute, and Ben CarterCEO of Manage Your Damn Money and former participant in the institute, joined Roland Martin on NewsOne Now to talk about the initiative aimed at developing new Black male entrepreneurs.

All that and more in this special edition of the “NewsOne Now” Audio Podcast.

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