Roland Martin Show Audio Podcast: Mizzou Pres. Tim Wolfe Resigns Amid Pressure Over Racial Inequalities On Campus | Roland Martin Reports

Roland Martin Show Audio Podcast: Mizzou Pres. Tim Wolfe Resigns Amid Pressure Over Racial Inequalities On Campus

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In this edition of The Roland Martin Show, guest host Michael Imhotep brings you coverage of Tim Wolfe, President of the University of Missouri resigning amid mounting pressure from students over a race controversy and 32 football players threatened (with their coach’s support) not to practice or play until Jonathan Butler ended his hunger strike.

Butler, a University of Missouri graduate student went on a hunger strike demanding the university’s President Tim Wolfe resigns in light of racial inequalities on campus.

Imhotep talked with Ashley Holt, a senior in the Missouri School of Journalism and a reporter for KOMU News about Wolfe resigning and the events that lead up to his resignation.

All that and more in this edition of “The Roland Martin Show” Audio Podcast.

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