• The Supreme Court declined to hear an appeal by the Republican-controlled North Carolina legislature fighting to reinstate one of the strictest Voter ID laws in the country.
• Rev. William Barber announces he is stepping down as the leader of North Carolina’s NAACP in June.
Rev. Barber is bringing his moral movement to the national stage and launching the new “Poor People’s Campaign” to fight poverty and other injustices.
• In an explosive report, The Washington Post says President Trump shared classified information with the Russian foreign minister and ambassador during a meeting at the White House.
Plus, during his daily briefing, reporters repeatedly questioned White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer on Trump’s tweet about the existence of possible recordings of conversations with then FBI Director James Comey.
• According to the second annual New Education Minority Poll, Black and Latino students are not receiving a quality education compared to white students.
Wade Henderson, the President of the Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights and Michael Lopez, an expert in Early Childhood Education spoke with Roland Martin on NewsOne Now about this alarming disparity.
• Jermaine Dolly talks about his debut album “The Dolly Express” which is set to be released this Friday and his number #2 Billboard single entitled “You”.
All that and more in this edition of the NewsOne Now Audio Podcast