NewsOne Now Audio Podcast: State Of Emergency In Ferguson


State Of Emergency Declared In Ferguson

NewsOne Now guest host Mo Ivory talks with NewsOne correspondent Tim Lampley, State Sen. Maria Chappelle-Nadal and Gary Gunter, VP/General Manager of Radio One St. Louis (WHHL­FM & WFUN­FM) about the conditions on the ground in Ferguson.

Coping With The Impact Of Police Violence & Unexplained Death On Black Mental Health

Clayola Brown, President of the A. Philip Randolph Institute for racial equality, spoke with NewsOne Now guest host Mo Ivory about the impact police brutality, police violence, and instances of unexplained Black death is having on the African-American community.

Ivory alluded to the angst that many in the Black community are feeling as a result of the police shooting deaths and death in custody cases involving African-American men and women, saying, “It takes a mental toll. Parents are worried about their children, people are nervous when they see a police car.”

“What should Black people do with their stress behind all that is going on in this country?” Brown said. “People must be able to talk openly and clearly about what they’re feeling, what they’re thinking, and to look for some sort of resolution.”

On The Rise: Anthony Brown Talks About “Everyday Jesus,” His New Album With Group TherAPy

Gospel singer Anthony Brown stopped by NewsOne Now to talk about his new album, Everyday Jesus.

Brown told guest host Mo Ivory that his sophomore album with Group TherAPy,”zeros in on our need to have something great, positive, wonderful in our world.”All that and more in this edition of the NewsOne Now Audio Podcast

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  • Thomas Taylor

    Mr.Martin Why are you still commenting on that 300lb thug you and the people in ferguson should let it be and forget it you can believe it or not but some one was going to kill him sooner or later it just happen to be a white cop ,I don’t like the way he was killed but know what happens to bullies ok enough said ,it makes me angry to think what the citzens are doing and as always destroying there own neighbor hoods.