2/1/17-Roland Martin talks to Sherrilyn Ifill, President & Director-Counsel of the NAACP Legal Defense Fund about Donald Trump appointing Neil Gorsuch to Supreme Court. “He’s in the mold of Justice socilia 2,0. we all know who he was and where he stood. He was against affirmative action and said AA needed to be on a lower […]
1/18/17- Roland Martin talks to the leader of the President’s largest committee of civil rights, Christian Clark about POTUS’ power of commutation and why there’s still plenty of time left to overturn hundreds of more sentences. “Yesterday’s announcement was welcomed and truly historic. I want to give the President power but this is definitely a moment […]
12/14/16- Roland Martin talks to NFL Hall of Famer Jim Brown about his meeting with President-Elect Donald Trump this week. “We had about 45 minutes. The main thing was how to make America a better country but specifically how to deal with the African American community. It was a great meeting for me. I […]
11/30/16- Roland Martin talks to Lee Francis, the black male teacher in Fayetteville, North Carolina who was suspended for stepping on an American flag during a teaching of the First Amendment. The fate of his professional teaching career will be found on today, Wednesday November 30th. “it was not act of defiance at all. […]
11/28/16- Roland Martin talks to Rev. William Barber, NAACP North Carolina conference chair, about the newest issues that North Carolina is facing against the Republicans. “What these people are doing is incredibly cynical and wrong. They filed bogus complains claiming voting fraud. The did that to slow down the canvasing process. Now the Governor […]
11/23/16- Roland Martin talks to journalist Terrell Starr about the language of DNC candidates. “He lost black women. He and his senior staff feels that they didn’t need black voters. He still feels like the progressive is going to take over without the support of black women. Click the link above to hear the […]
Roland Martin and Rev. Jackson discuss the challenges facing Black America under a Trump presidency.
President-elect Donald Trump seems to have already reversed course on a number of the promises he made on the campaign trail.
Author Cornell Belcher declares that the rise of Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump "was a predictable backlash from America electing its first Black president."