Dr. Greg Carr, Associate Professor and Chair of the Department of Afro-American Studies at Howard University sits in for Roland Martin in this edition of The Roland Martin Show Audio Podcast.
In this edition of The Roland Martin Show, Dr. Carr breaks down the Democratic / Republican National Conventions and dissects the 13th, 14th, and 15th Amendments of the United States Constitution.
Dr. Gerald Horne, Co-Chair Chair of History and African American Studies at The University of Houston puts United States elections in international context and discusses how international matters impact African American interests.
Dr.Horne will also dissect the geopolitical ramifications of the Trump or Clinton presidency and connect these possible outcomes to America’s global footprint.
Dr. Valethia Watkins, Director of Women’s Studies at Howard University discusses the implications of the politics on display at the DNC as well as the gender dynamics of the 2016 presidential election and the role of Black women.
African American women were front and center during the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia and the sparse representation of Black women at the Republican National Convention in Cleveland.
Dr. Watkins will also analyze African American women’s role in the United States and the battle for the right to vote.
All that and more in this special edition of “The Roland Martin Show” Audio Podcast.