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NewsOne Now Audio Podcast: Sandra Bland Laid To Rest

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Twenty-eight year old Sandra Bland was laid to rest on Saturday, July 25, 2015. Questions regarding her death, mental state at the time of her arrest and the encounter that lead to her arrest continue to swirl. Roland Martin details the latest developments in the case of #WhatHappenedToSandraBland during Monday’s edition of NewsOne Now.

Activist: Black Lives Matter Galvanized & Re-Energized A Movement Of People Saying “No More”

Activists from around the country gathered in Cleveland, Ohio for the first national #BlackLivesMatter conference to address the escalating tensions between the African-American community and local law enforcement agencies.

Angela Peoples, Co-Director of GetEqual joined Roland Martin on NewsOne Now to discuss the weekend conference and how the movement can move forward to achieve long-lasting systemic change.

Fit!Live!Win! Dr. Ro’s Easy Tips To Lower Your Cholesterol

America’s Nutrition Coach, Dr. Ro joined Roland Martin on NewsOne Now for this week’s installment of Fit!Live!Win! to discuss the importance of managing our cholesterol levels so that we can lower the risk of heart disease, stroke and heart attacks.

Dr. Ro, who teamed up with the Make Your Move Across America campaign, told Martin that “74 million Americans are walking around with high cholesterol, many of them do not know and the reason that they don’t know is because there’s no signs or symptoms — there are no clinical signs or symptoms” of high cholesterol.

“Having a high cholesterol level puts you at risk for heart attack, heart disease and stroke,” said Ro. But, there is good news. If you have high cholesterol, Dr. Ro says there is something you can do about it.

All that and more in this edition of the NewsOne Now Audio Podcast

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  • Lois Walker

    I hope you have Mr. DeWayne Charleston on News One Now. Mr. Charleston was the first African American judge in Waller County, Texas. Mr. Charleston wants Sheriff Glenn Smith to resign. Smith is the sheriff over the jail Sandra Bland was. Mr. Charleston have a lot to say about that sheriff, and I think it’s information we need to hear.

  • Lois Walker

    I hope you have Mr. DeWayne Charleston on News One Now. Mr. Charleston was the first African American judge in Waller County, Texas. Mr. Charleston wants Sheriff Glenn Smith to resign. Smith is the sheriff over the jail Sandra Bland was. Mr. Charleston have a lot to say about that sheriff, and I think it’s information we need to hear.