NewsOne Now Audio Podcast: Officers Honored At Congressional Baseball Game, Civil Rights Orgs Sue Chicago Over Police Reform, Drama Over Condemnation Of White Supremacy At The Southern Baptist Convention

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• One day after the horrific shooting at a Republican baseball practice field, lawmakers player their annual charity game last night at Nationals Stadium.
 
Universal pride continues for two African American Capitol Police Officers Whose Heroism stopped what could have been massive bloodshed.

• A coalition of civil rights and community groups are suing the City of Chicago over the implementation of reforms in Chicago’s Police Department.

• Jurors in St. Paul Minnesota are having trouble reaching a verdict in the Jeronimo Yanez trial.

• The Southern Baptist Convention finally hears and passes a resolution condemning white supremacy and the Alt-Right movement.

• The cast of “All Eyez On Me” discusses the film as well as the life and legacy of Tupac Shakur.

• TV One’s “Downsized” features acting couple Boris Kodjoe and Nicole Ari Parker. Boris sat down with Roland Martin to talk about the new film during Friday’s edition of NewsOne Now.

All that and more in this edition of the NewsOne Now Audio Podcast

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