Donald Trump KKKontroversy
Donald Trump claims a faulty earpiece was the reason why he did not disavow the former Ku Klux Klan grand wizard David Duke.
Where Is The Pressure From Civil Rights Groups On POTUS To Nominate A Black Woman To The SCOTUS?
Roland Martin and the NewsOne Now panel discuss the need for Black leadership, national Civil Rights organizations, fraternities and sororities to pressure Pres. Barack Obama to nominate an African American woman to the Supreme Court.
Roland Martin Challenges Civil Rights Groups, Fraternities & Sororities To Pressure POTUS On SCOTUS Nomination
Roland Martin called out several civil rights groups, including the NAACP, National Urban League, Rainbow PUSH Coalition, Southern Christian Leadership Conference, and several Black fraternities and sororities to apply pressure on President Barack Obama to nominate an African-American woman to the Supreme Court.
According to a new report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Black gay and bisexual men have a fifty percent chance of being diagnosed with the HIV virus.
On Tuesday’s edition of NewsOne Now, Earl Fowlkes, President of the Center for Black Equity, joined Roland Martin on set to discuss these alarming stats, the causes for the spike in infection, and what can be done to slow down the deadly disease.
Ahead of the Super Tuesday primaries, Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton spoke with Roland Martin, Rev. Al Sharpton, Don Lemon, and Jacque Reid, along with hosts Tom Joyner, J. Anthony Brown, andSybil Wilkes during a Tom Joyner Morning Show / TV One NewsOne Now exclusive simulcast.
During the interview, Clinton addressed her plans for minority/women-owned businesses, the ongoing fight for voting rights, and a number of other topics important to Black voters.
All that and more in this edition of the NewsOne Now Audio Podcast.