Roland Martin Show Audio Podcast: Anger Is Not A Plan Of Action, The Great Unknown Of 2016 + What’s Next For Black America

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In this edition of The Roland Martin Show, Roland Martin discusses the angst being expressed by many Americans in the aftermath of the 2016 presidential election. Martin explains being angry without a plan and without channeling that emotion is a waste of time.

What was the great unknown of 2016? How would White working class voters vote in the 2016 presidential election. Martin reminds listeners of the warnings he and others issued to Democrats ahead of this year’s election. Democrats wasted an opportunity to engage African American voters and properly address Hillary Clinton’s intensity gap. The end result of Democrats not heeding the warnings: Donald Trump was elected as President of the United States.

What’s next for the African American community in the coming year? Martin discusses with listeners how Black America can move forward in 2017.

All that and more in this edition of The Roland Martin Show.

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  • Can you repeat that again, please? Can you repeat that again, please?
    Can you say that again? Can you say that again?

    You obviously have nothing to say, and nobody is writing any comments to you because you suck.

    Do what ever you can to compel black attorneys to begin reordering their
    municipal charters. If you need financing, office space, computers,
    special software, audio-visual equipment, paper, pens, ballots,
    boxes, gavels; let me know. Let me know what you need and I will see
    to it that you get it – you bring the legal talent.

    This is the proper solution to the problem – make no mistake about it.
    Black people need to learn, first-hand, how to organize community –
    how to organize banking, police, rescue, sanitation, energy,
    commerce, communications, and employment. All kinds of stuff that,
    thus far, most black people have not shown much ability to
    comprehend, much less, organize. I strongly suggest that black people
    do it without any further help from white people. Make mistakes, and
    learn how to correct the mistakes; otherwise, black people will not
    learn how to trust each other, nor will they be able to claim that
    they did it by themselves using their own intelligence. There are
    plenty of smart black lawyers out there, and Eric Holder should
    probably be your national leader for this endeavor – he’s no
    coward.