Dr. Cleo Manago, Behavioral Health Expert and CEO, Black Men’s Xchange sits in for Roland Martin in this edition of The Roland Martin Show.
Music icon Prince allegedly did not have a will leaving more than $350 million dollars up for grabs. Manago discusses the lack of estate planning within the African American community and the consequences of not planning for the event of your demise. Mango also highlights “The Purple One’s” philanthropic efforts and discusses Prince’s battles against the music industry.
Dr. Randy Scott, a social action human rights minister, historian, political analyst, poet and teacher joined Dr. Manago on The Roland Martin Show to discuss some of the most important issues impacting the African American community. Dr. Scott explains the Black community lacks “love and support” for one another as well as “love and respect for ourselves.”
Hood Smart STEM Program founder Ayeta Ball-Lucy joined Dr. Manago on The Roland Martin Show to discuss The Urban STEMulus Project, a family audience reality series featuring an academic competition among talented Black teens.
All that and more in this edition of “The Roland Martin Show” Audio Podcast.