Roland Martin, Host of TV One's multi-platform news program, NewsOne Now talks candidly with family entertainment reporter Lin. Woods about the lack of African American focused news programs, the news desert and what makes NewsOne Now different.
Camille H and Seb discuss Roland Martin's interview with white nationalist Richard Spencer and the "Fake News" phenomenon fooling mainstream news outlets. Also, check out new music from Kxng Crooked, Rapsody, Mickey Factz, Jermiside and L Marr the Star. And excuse the tech problems with our mics! We're still getting it together y'all!
A live recording of Roland Martin's "Love Bade Me Welcome", sung on Easter morning by the Cathedral Choir of the Cathedral Church of St. Paul, Detroit, Michigan.
To learn more about music at the Cathedral, visit www.detroitcathedral.org
Burrell Communication Group's Co-CEO Fay Ferguson was a guest on the Tom Joyner Morning Show where she was interviewed by CNN anchor and political commentator Roland Martin. She shared her insights into the importance of race, culture and identity from the perspective of the consumer.
Roland Martin, anchor of TV One’s "News One Now" has been covering the daily events centered on the shooting of unarmed teen, Michael Brown by police officer Darren Wilson in St. Louis suburb, Ferguson, Missouri since Brown was on August 9, 2014.
In this one on one interview with Family Entertainment Reporter Lin. Woods, Martin shares what he thinks about the tragedy, the policing of it and what needs to continue to happen to keep the story of this unnecessary loss of life at the forefront as the case goes to the grand jury.
Roland says of the daily protesting that has been going on in Ferguson, “Protesting to be protesting is one thing. Protesting with a plan of action is a whole different thing.”
News One Now will cover the funeral of Michael Brown, Monday, August 25th, 10a.m. CT at Friendly Temple Missionary Baptist Church in St. Louis.
News One Now airs Monday through Friday at 9a.m. CT
on TV One.
Listen to the interview to hear Roland Martin’s unique perspective.