NewsOne Now Audio Podcast: Black Women’s Groups Call For ESPN To Reinstate Jemele Hill, Rep. Al Green Introduces Articles Of Impeachment Against Trump, What Role Should Affirmative Action & Legacy Play In College Admissions?

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This morning the Black Women’s Roundtable and Black Women 4 Positive Change are releasing an open letter to ESPN this morning, calling for them to reinstate Jemele Hill.

Saying “Enough is enough”Texas Democratic Congressman Al Green unveils articles of impeachment against Donald Trump. Green says the president is fueling an “alt-right hate machine.”

It’s been nearly three weeks since Hurricane Maria slammed Puerto Rico and not even a third of the island’s cell towers are working and nearly 90-percent of Puerto Rico is still without power.

New York Times best-selling author, Bishop T.D. Jakes joined Roland Martin on NewsOne Not to talk about his new book that will show you how to be a successful entrepreneur and soar.

Jayson Williams was an NBA all-star until a broken leg ended his career in 1999. That was just the beginning of his troubles. Williams also began to struggle with alcoholism which played a role in an accidental shooting at his home that left a limousine driver dead in 2002.

Atlanta mayoral candidate Keisha Lance Bottoms received a big endorsement from outgoing mayor Kasim Reed. But how much will it help her in a crowded race in which a white City Councilwoman is the front-runner?

Questions revolving around the use of affirmative action and legacy have returned to the forefront as the DOJ opens an investigation into Harvard University’s admissions practices. Anti-racist activist Tim Wise spoke with Roland Martin during Thursday’s edition of NewsOne Now about the roles affirmative action and legacy play in college admissions.

Leon Ford, an unarmed black man paralyzed after a Pittsburgh police officer shot him during a traffic stop is promising to continue his fight for justice after two major court losses.

As the accusations against Harvey Weinstein continue to mount, Hip Hop Mogul Jay-Z is thinking about purchasing a stake in the Weinstein company.