NewsOne Now Audio Podcast: Pres. Barack Obama Defends Black Lives Matter Movement, Conservative Voices Go Nuts

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Pres. Barack Obama Defends Black Lives Matter Movement, Conservative Voices Go Nuts
During a panel discussion on criminal justice reform last week Thursday, Pres. Barack Obama defended the Black Lives Matter movement causing a number of conservative voices including Bill O’reilly, Sean Hannity and Chris Christie to speak out against the movement and condemn the President for his remarks.
Black Lives Matter Activists Respond To DNC Town Hall Offer, They Asked For And Want A Presidential Debate
Roland Martin talks with Black Lives Matter activist DeRay Mckesson about the DNC’s offer to allow the Black Lives Matter movement to host a presidential town hall and the desires of the movement’s leaders to host a presidential debate.
Corey Jones Police Shooting Update
Roland Martin talked with Daryl D. Parks, Jones family attorney about the latest details in the Corey Jones police shooting case.
Parks told Martin “Corey Jones should not be dead and Corey Jones had every right to stand his ground.”
All that and more in this edition of the NewsOne Now Audio Podcast.

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