Roland Martin talks with Marian Wright Edelman, founder of the Children’s Defense Fund, about the impact of gun violence on the black community and the lack of community outrage over what she says is a “war against our children.”
Roland Martin talks with entertainment journalist, Kelley L. Carter about OWN’s ratings and how the black community has helped their increase.
Roland Martin talks with Victoria Rowell about there not being any black executives at CBS, despite having a large black audience.
Roland Martin talks with Judge Karen about the problems with the prison system.
Roland Martin and Rodney Perry playfully argue over who deserves the “Sit Your A** Down” award on the Fantastic Voyage.
Roland Martin talks with Reggie Hudlin about the overseas success of “Django Unchained.”
Roland Martin talks about the 50th anniversary of the March on Washington.
Roland Martin talks with comedian Guy Torry about the fundraiser he held for missing New Orleans teacher Terrilynn Monette who has been missing since March 2, 2013.
Roland Martin talks with Yolanda Spivey about her struggles to get a job and what she did to prove that her resume wasn’t the problem. Spivey explains how pretending to be a white woman named Bianca White landed her countless interviews while she struggled to get a call back with the same resume as a black woman.
Attorney General Eric Holder joined Tom Joyner Morning Show correspondent Roland Martin to discuss various pressing topics affecting the nation; including the current gun control initiatives, overspending in the prison system, voting rights and more. Read the entire interview below. ROLAND MARTIN : … Tonight the National Action Network will have their gala dinner honoring [...]