Roland Martin Show Audio Podcast: City Financed Projects Impact On Working People, Impact Of Incarceration On Parents, VRA Battle, What’s Next For The GOP & Black Voters

Roland Martin Show


Ray Baker of Ray Baker Media sits in for Roland Martin in this edition of The Roland Martin Show.

Baker’s guests include:

  • Todd Reynolds, Political Coordinator for AFT-Maryland discusses city-financed projects and their effect on working people.
  • Tony Lewis Jr., Community Leader and Author of Slugg: A Boy’s Life in the Age of Mass Incarceration, talks about the impact of incarcerated parents.
  • Clinton Yates from ESPN’s Undefeated reflects on the life and legacy of John Saunders
  • Leah Wright Rigueur, Assistant Professor at the Harvard Kennedy School II and author of The Loneliness of the Black Republican talks about the history of black voters and the GOP.
  • Rev. Melech Thomas discusses the plague of violence in Chicago
  • Beverly Gooden talks about violence against women.
  • Stephen Green of the NAACP discusses the battle for voting rights in America and the Voting Rights Act.
  • Ida Bae Wells, reporter for the The New York Times Sunday Magazine joins today’s conversation to talk about the Ida B. Wells Society for Investigative Reporting, a mentoring and training organization for journalists of color.
  • Joi-Marie, Author of The Engagement Game, Entertainment and Lifestyle Writer for ABC discusses relationships.

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

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