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Roland Martin Show Audio Podcast: The Real Meaning Of Freedom & The Need For 21st Century Revolutionaries

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In this edition of The Roland Martin Show Audio Podcast, Martin discusses the real meaning of freedom and being free, 100% equivocally free.

Thousands of college students riots near the University of California, Berkeley which resulted in three arrests, one hospitalization and an undisclosed amount of property damage. Police called the large altercation a “fight,” but also reported the presence of guns and knives on the scene of the so-called “fight.” Martin discusses how media uses a double standard to report on stories like these as opposed to stories about African Americans gathered in large numbers.

#RolandsBookClub: Martin discusses one book that he believes needs to be in your personal library, “The Making of Black Revolutionaries” by James Forman, a #SNCC co-founder.

Police are upset with Quentin Tarantino because he actually said that cops have murdered Americans and have decided to boycott him over that. Should Quentin Tarantino apologize his comments? Carl Dix, a spokesperson for the Revolutionary Communist Party USA joins the conversation to talk the police boycott of Quentin Tarantino for his comments at a NYC rally.

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

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