• Grover Norquist discusses the bipartisan effort to move forward with criminal justice reform under a Trump presidency. Will President Trump respond to the bipartisan call for criminal justice reform?
• Candidate Trump asked Black America, ‘What the hell do you have to lose?” According to his preliminary 2018 budget, we will lose a lot with him as President of the United States.
• Philadelphia has launched a massive campaign aimed at recruiting 1,000 teachers for the 2017-2018 school year.
• The state of Louisiana has seen massive budget cuts in higher education over the last nine years.
• Dr. Rodney Ellis, Chancellor of Southern University at Shreveport said on NewsOne Now: “The amount of resources that funds higher education has really flipped … from about 70 percent funding from the state to about 30 percent.”
• The hit stage play, “Married But Single Too” brings drama, comedy and music to the stage and has been selling out all over the country.
Members of the star-studded cast including, Lisa Raye, Chante Moore, Bill Bellamy, Genuine and Carl Payne joined Roland Martin during Friday’s edition of NewsOne Now to talk about the play and more.
All that and more in this edition of the NewsOne Now Audio Podcast