• Protests enter into their 4th day in St. Louis after a judge acquitted ex-police officer Jason Stockley in the shooting death of Anthony Lamar Smith. Police were heard chanting “whose streets, our streets” while arresting protesters
Senate Republicans revive their bill to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act and launch a fast-track last-ditch effort Obamacare repeal plan known as Graham-Cassidy.
AARP and the American Heart Association have come out strongly against the GOP’s latest attempt to end #Obamacare. Senate Republicans may hold a vote on the bill without knowing how it would affect health insurance coverage or premiums.
How will Republicans last-ditch effort to repeal and replace Obamacare impact African Americans? Dr. Corey Hebert, CEO of the Community Health TV and Chief Medical Editor for WDSU TV spoke with Roland Martin about the GOP’s new healthcare bill.
• The CBC slams the Trump administration’s move to roll back an Obama-era program that oversees how police work with members of the communities they serve.
• Raheem DeVaughn and Wes Felton discuss their new digital album, “Footprints On The Moon.”
• Violence erupts at Georgia Tech after police kill a student outside a dormitory building.
• Seattle Seahawks’ Michael Bennett plans to sue the Las Vegas Police Department over his arrest.
• Bananas were left at the dorm rooms of Black students at Temple University.
• Rashan Ali, one of the hosts of TV One’s new talk show “Sister Circle” spoke with Roland Martin about the launch of the new morning show.
• The White House names former NFL player Johnathan M. Holifield as the new head of its initiative on HBCUs. What function will the White House’s HBCU initiative serve? What will the initiative’s agenda be?
All that and more in this edition of the NewsOne Now Audio Podcast