Roland Martin Show Audio Podcast: Embracing Change, Chicago Cops Dash Cam No Sound Syndrome, Nate Parker’s ‘Birth Of A Nation’ Wows Sundance


Are you afraid of change? In this edition of The Roland Martin Show Audio Podcast, Martin discusses how we as a society and individuals are afraid to embrace change to further our horizons. We say we want change, but when it arrives, why do we fight it?

Sara Lomax-Reese, the president and GM of WURD-AM in Philadelphia, a new affiliate carrying The Roland Martin Show joins today’s conversation to discuss the launch of The Roland Martin Show on WURD and weighs in on the day’s discussion topic dealing with embracing change.

No sound syndrome? According to DNAinfo Chicago police are purposely destroying audio on their police dash cam video systems. 80 percent of the audio from 1,800 recordings examined by DNAInfo Chicago are missing. Martin discusses the no so peculiar no sound syndrome phenomenon taking place in Chicago.

Nate Parker’s Birth of A Nation makes history at the Sundance Film Festival selling for $17.5M. Fox Searchlight has purchased the worldwide rights for the critically acclaimed film which chronicalized the story of Nat Turner.

Martin airs portions of the Deadline panel from the Sundance Film Festival featuring Nate Parker discussing his film, Birth of a Nation.

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

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