Roland Martin Show Audio Podcast: Police Reforms, Green Party Politics, #DHatHU, Gentrification In Oakland & ‘The Faux-Enlightened Free State of Jones’

Roland Martin Show


Multi-media journalist Ray Baker sits in for Roland Martin in this edition of The Roland Martin Show.

During today’s show, Baker talks with Joshua Harris, who is running to become the next Mayor of Baltimore about police reforms and Green Party politics.

Sports journalist and  American Sports Net Anchor/Analyst Monica McNutt reflects on the amazing life and legacy of Pat Summitt.

Summitt led the women’s Tennessee Volunteers basketball team to 1,098 victories — the most in Division I college basketball history (men or women).

Niels Lesniewski, Senate reporter at Roll Call joined Baker on The Roland Martin Show to discuss the Senate’s missing an opportunity to pass a bill allocating funds to fight the Zika virus.

Jada Gomez spoke with Roland Martin Show guest host Ray Baker about Latina Magazine which focuses on culture in the U.S. Latin community.

Professor Dana A. Williams, Chair of the Howard University English Department talks about the Howard Univ. Digital Humanities Initiative conference that was funded by the National Endowment for the Humanities.

Pendarvis Harshaw talks art, activism and the dirty G word (Gentrification) in Oakland, California.

Vann R. Newkirk II joined today’s conversation to address the White Savior Complex and his article in The Atlantic, “The Faux-Enlightened Free State of Jones.”

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

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