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Payday Lenders Targeting Black Pastors & Civil Rights Organizations

Payday lenders are companies that lend customers small amounts of money athigh-interestrates with the agreement that the borrower will pay that money back. In Florida, payday lenders are preying on Black pastors and Civil Rights organizations and continue to expand their business as they hurt people.Roland Martintalks withRev.SekinahHamlin, Director, Faith & Credit Roundtable with the Center for Responsible Lending (CRL) aboutthe influence ofPayday Loans on African-Americans. “It’s based on a business model that goes against biblical teaching that robs the poor just because they are poor,” explained Hamlin. “Introduced a new product in Floridain whichthere would be even more interest and targeted some Black pastors and some of our civil rights organization but itmust benoted that in it of itself it is a part of the predatory model.”

9 MIN2018 APR 17
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Payday Lenders Targeting Black Pastors & Civil Rights Organizations

Rev. Barber: ‘It’s Time For A Massive Move Of Poor People To Come Together’

This year marks the 50th Anniversary of the Poor People’s Campaign which is dedicated to uniting people all over the country to come against racism, poverty, war economy, ecological destruction, and morality. Roland Martin talks with Rev. William Barber who’s carried the movement since it started. “We’ve got to change the narration and the only way to change that is to change the narrator,” explained Rev. Barber. “Roland we have 140 million people in this country who are poor or working poor…Since 2007 we have 23 states that have engaged in massive voters suppression,” for people of color.

7 MIN2018 APR 11
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Rev. Barber: ‘It’s Time For A Massive Move Of Poor People To Come Together’

‘We Came A Little Way But We Still Have A Long Way To Go … We Still Have A Lot Of Land To Conquer’

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. went to Memphis, Tennessee to fight for sanitation workers rights. He gave his famous speech “I’ve Been On The Mountain Top” only to be killed a day later. Roland Martin had the privilege of talking with Elmore Nickleberry and Cleo Smith, two sanitation workers whose rights Dr. King came to fight for. To this day both Nickleberry and Smith still work for the Memphis sanitation department and are still fighting for equality.

10 MIN2018 APR 4
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‘We Came A Little Way But We Still Have A Long Way To Go … We Still Have A Lot Of Land To Conquer’

#MLK50: Memphis & The Nation Commemorate The 50th Anniversary Of The Death Of Dr. King

Wednesday, April 4, 2018, will mark the 50th anniversary of the assassination of civil rights activist Dr. Martin Luther King. Every year all over the nation people observe this day and use it to unify communities in hopes of making a change.

7 MIN2018 APR 2
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#MLK50: Memphis & The Nation Commemorate The 50th Anniversary Of The Death Of Dr. King

Roland Martin: Dems Should Say ‘We Ain’t Voting For Nothing Unless There Is A Clean DACA Bill’

OnMartin Luther King Jr.day Jorge Garcia stood in the Detroit Michigan Airport in tears as he hugged his sobbing family members. After 30 years of being in the United States, he was being deported to Mexico, a country he doesn’t know. The problem surrounding immigration and DACA has continued to rise and this situation is no different as the cry for change gets louder. Roland Marin talks withRochelle Riley of theDetroit Free Presson what needs to happen. “Because he’s too old for DACA they decided that he needed to be deported,” explained Riley. “This is not deportation this is a prison sentence to take this man from his family. To leave them without the breadwinner.”

8 MIN2018 JAN 18
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Roland Martin: Dems Should Say ‘We Ain’t Voting For Nothing Unless There Is A Clean DACA Bill’

Essence Magazine Is 100% Black-Owned Once Again

Essence magazine has come under all Black ownership again thanks to Richelieu Dennis who created Essence Ventures. Dennis is the founder and creator along with his mother of Sundial Brands hair and skin products. Dennis has acquired Essence Communications to get the magazine under Black ownership again. Roland Martin talks with him to see what his plans and hopes are for the future of the magazine.

6 MIN2018 JAN 8
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Essence Magazine Is 100% Black-Owned Once Again

Simply aMAZEing: A Conversation With Frankie Beverly Audio Podcast

Roland Martin sat down with Frankie Beverly, the front-man of one of the most prolific bands in modern music history for an hour-long interview. During their chat, Beverly talked about his musical roots, the evolution of Maze and their unique relationship with their loyal African American fanbase and the foundation of their illustrious music career that spans 40 years. All that and more in this edition of the NewsOne Now Audio Podcast Listen, download and subscribe to the “NewsOne Now” Audio Podcast on Google Podcasts Subscribe to “NewsOne Now” Audio Podcast on iTunes.

49 MIN2017 DEC 16
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Simply aMAZEing: A Conversation With Frankie Beverly Audio Podcast

NewsOne Now Audio Podcast: Smiley, Simmons Pushback Against Sexual Misconduct Allegations, Grassroots Initiative Demands Congress Address The Affordable Housing Crisis + WTH?! Trump Judicial Nominee Struggles Mightily Answering Basic Legal Questions

* Russell Simmons And Tavis Smiley Fight Back Against Sexual Misconduct Allegations * Grassroots Campaign Demands Congress Address The Affordable Housing Crisis * Today Is The Deadline To Sign Up For Healthcare Coverage Under The Affordable Care Act * FCC Votes To End Net Neutrality, Rolling Back Rules That Ensure Equal Access To The Internet * WTH?! Trump Judicial Nominee Fails To Answer Basic Legal Questions At Confirmation Hearing * Author Eric Motley Talks “Madison Park: A Place of Hope” * Meet Hope Wiseman and Dr. Octavia Wiseman, Owners Of A Dispensary Set To Open Up In Prince George’s County * Today Is The Last Day To Vote For Your Favorite Nominees For the NAACP Image Awards All that and more in this edition of the NewsOne Now Audio Podcast Listen, download and subscribe to the “NewsOne Now” Audio Podcast on Google Podcasts Subscribe to “NewsOne Now” Audio Podcast on iTunes.

43 MIN2017 DEC 16
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NewsOne Now Audio Podcast: Smiley, Simmons Pushback Against Sexual Misconduct Allegations, Grassroots Initiative Demands Congress Address The Affordable Housing Crisis + WTH?! Trump Judicial Nominee Struggles Mightily Answering Basic Legal Questions

Black Excellence: School Choice All-Stars Audio Podcast

All that and more in this edition of the NewsOne Now Audio Podcast Listen, download and subscribe to the “NewsOne Now” Audio Podcast on Google Podcasts Subscribe to “NewsOne Now” Audio Podcast on iTunes.

45 MIN2017 DEC 15
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Black Excellence: School Choice All-Stars Audio Podcast

NewsOne Now Audio Podcast: PBS Suspends Tavis Smiley’s Talk Show After Sex Misconduct Investigation, GOP’s Unpopular Tax Bill Faces New Uncertainty, Relieved Republicans Celebrate Doug Jones’

* PBS Suspends Tavis Smiley’s Talk Show Following A Sexual Misconduct Investigation * House & Senate GOP Reach A Deal On Their Unpopular Tax Bill, Vote Is Expected Next Week * Relieved Republicans Celebrate Doug Jones Win Over Roy Moore At The Ballot Box * Roland Martin Is Not Here For The Drama Surrounding Omarosa’s Ouster, Here’s Why … * Here’s How Urban One’s Magic 102.1 And 97.9 The Box Helped Houston During Hurricane Harvey * WTH?! Thursday! Rhoda Young Is ‘Going Live’ On The Scene Reporting The News * All that and more in this edition of the NewsOne Now Audio Podcast Listen, download and subscribe to the “NewsOne Now” Audio Podcast on Google Podcasts Subscribe to “NewsOne Now” Audio Podcast on iTunes.

46 MIN2017 DEC 15
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NewsOne Now Audio Podcast: PBS Suspends Tavis Smiley’s Talk Show After Sex Misconduct Investigation, GOP’s Unpopular Tax Bill Faces New Uncertainty, Relieved Republicans Celebrate Doug Jones’
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Latest Episodes

Payday Lenders Targeting Black Pastors & Civil Rights Organizations

Payday lenders are companies that lend customers small amounts of money athigh-interestrates with the agreement that the borrower will pay that money back. In Florida, payday lenders are preying on Black pastors and Civil Rights organizations and continue to expand their business as they hurt people.Roland Martintalks withRev.SekinahHamlin, Director, Faith & Credit Roundtable with the Center for Responsible Lending (CRL) aboutthe influence ofPayday Loans on African-Americans. “It’s based on a business model that goes against biblical teaching that robs the poor just because they are poor,” explained Hamlin. “Introduced a new product in Floridain whichthere would be even more interest and targeted some Black pastors and some of our civil rights organization but itmust benoted that in it of itself it is a part of the predatory model.”

9 MIN2018 APR 17
Comments
Payday Lenders Targeting Black Pastors & Civil Rights Organizations

Rev. Barber: ‘It’s Time For A Massive Move Of Poor People To Come Together’

This year marks the 50th Anniversary of the Poor People’s Campaign which is dedicated to uniting people all over the country to come against racism, poverty, war economy, ecological destruction, and morality. Roland Martin talks with Rev. William Barber who’s carried the movement since it started. “We’ve got to change the narration and the only way to change that is to change the narrator,” explained Rev. Barber. “Roland we have 140 million people in this country who are poor or working poor…Since 2007 we have 23 states that have engaged in massive voters suppression,” for people of color.

7 MIN2018 APR 11
Comments
Rev. Barber: ‘It’s Time For A Massive Move Of Poor People To Come Together’

‘We Came A Little Way But We Still Have A Long Way To Go … We Still Have A Lot Of Land To Conquer’

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. went to Memphis, Tennessee to fight for sanitation workers rights. He gave his famous speech “I’ve Been On The Mountain Top” only to be killed a day later. Roland Martin had the privilege of talking with Elmore Nickleberry and Cleo Smith, two sanitation workers whose rights Dr. King came to fight for. To this day both Nickleberry and Smith still work for the Memphis sanitation department and are still fighting for equality.

10 MIN2018 APR 4
Comments
‘We Came A Little Way But We Still Have A Long Way To Go … We Still Have A Lot Of Land To Conquer’

#MLK50: Memphis & The Nation Commemorate The 50th Anniversary Of The Death Of Dr. King

Wednesday, April 4, 2018, will mark the 50th anniversary of the assassination of civil rights activist Dr. Martin Luther King. Every year all over the nation people observe this day and use it to unify communities in hopes of making a change.

7 MIN2018 APR 2
Comments
#MLK50: Memphis & The Nation Commemorate The 50th Anniversary Of The Death Of Dr. King

Roland Martin: Dems Should Say ‘We Ain’t Voting For Nothing Unless There Is A Clean DACA Bill’

OnMartin Luther King Jr.day Jorge Garcia stood in the Detroit Michigan Airport in tears as he hugged his sobbing family members. After 30 years of being in the United States, he was being deported to Mexico, a country he doesn’t know. The problem surrounding immigration and DACA has continued to rise and this situation is no different as the cry for change gets louder. Roland Marin talks withRochelle Riley of theDetroit Free Presson what needs to happen. “Because he’s too old for DACA they decided that he needed to be deported,” explained Riley. “This is not deportation this is a prison sentence to take this man from his family. To leave them without the breadwinner.”

8 MIN2018 JAN 18
Comments
Roland Martin: Dems Should Say ‘We Ain’t Voting For Nothing Unless There Is A Clean DACA Bill’

Essence Magazine Is 100% Black-Owned Once Again

Essence magazine has come under all Black ownership again thanks to Richelieu Dennis who created Essence Ventures. Dennis is the founder and creator along with his mother of Sundial Brands hair and skin products. Dennis has acquired Essence Communications to get the magazine under Black ownership again. Roland Martin talks with him to see what his plans and hopes are for the future of the magazine.

6 MIN2018 JAN 8
Comments
Essence Magazine Is 100% Black-Owned Once Again

Simply aMAZEing: A Conversation With Frankie Beverly Audio Podcast

Roland Martin sat down with Frankie Beverly, the front-man of one of the most prolific bands in modern music history for an hour-long interview. During their chat, Beverly talked about his musical roots, the evolution of Maze and their unique relationship with their loyal African American fanbase and the foundation of their illustrious music career that spans 40 years. All that and more in this edition of the NewsOne Now Audio Podcast Listen, download and subscribe to the “NewsOne Now” Audio Podcast on Google Podcasts Subscribe to “NewsOne Now” Audio Podcast on iTunes.

49 MIN2017 DEC 16
Comments
Simply aMAZEing: A Conversation With Frankie Beverly Audio Podcast

NewsOne Now Audio Podcast: Smiley, Simmons Pushback Against Sexual Misconduct Allegations, Grassroots Initiative Demands Congress Address The Affordable Housing Crisis + WTH?! Trump Judicial Nominee Struggles Mightily Answering Basic Legal Questions

* Russell Simmons And Tavis Smiley Fight Back Against Sexual Misconduct Allegations * Grassroots Campaign Demands Congress Address The Affordable Housing Crisis * Today Is The Deadline To Sign Up For Healthcare Coverage Under The Affordable Care Act * FCC Votes To End Net Neutrality, Rolling Back Rules That Ensure Equal Access To The Internet * WTH?! Trump Judicial Nominee Fails To Answer Basic Legal Questions At Confirmation Hearing * Author Eric Motley Talks “Madison Park: A Place of Hope” * Meet Hope Wiseman and Dr. Octavia Wiseman, Owners Of A Dispensary Set To Open Up In Prince George’s County * Today Is The Last Day To Vote For Your Favorite Nominees For the NAACP Image Awards All that and more in this edition of the NewsOne Now Audio Podcast Listen, download and subscribe to the “NewsOne Now” Audio Podcast on Google Podcasts Subscribe to “NewsOne Now” Audio Podcast on iTunes.

43 MIN2017 DEC 16
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NewsOne Now Audio Podcast: Smiley, Simmons Pushback Against Sexual Misconduct Allegations, Grassroots Initiative Demands Congress Address The Affordable Housing Crisis + WTH?! Trump Judicial Nominee Struggles Mightily Answering Basic Legal Questions

Black Excellence: School Choice All-Stars Audio Podcast

All that and more in this edition of the NewsOne Now Audio Podcast Listen, download and subscribe to the “NewsOne Now” Audio Podcast on Google Podcasts Subscribe to “NewsOne Now” Audio Podcast on iTunes.

45 MIN2017 DEC 15
Comments
Black Excellence: School Choice All-Stars Audio Podcast

NewsOne Now Audio Podcast: PBS Suspends Tavis Smiley’s Talk Show After Sex Misconduct Investigation, GOP’s Unpopular Tax Bill Faces New Uncertainty, Relieved Republicans Celebrate Doug Jones’

* PBS Suspends Tavis Smiley’s Talk Show Following A Sexual Misconduct Investigation * House & Senate GOP Reach A Deal On Their Unpopular Tax Bill, Vote Is Expected Next Week * Relieved Republicans Celebrate Doug Jones Win Over Roy Moore At The Ballot Box * Roland Martin Is Not Here For The Drama Surrounding Omarosa’s Ouster, Here’s Why … * Here’s How Urban One’s Magic 102.1 And 97.9 The Box Helped Houston During Hurricane Harvey * WTH?! Thursday! Rhoda Young Is ‘Going Live’ On The Scene Reporting The News * All that and more in this edition of the NewsOne Now Audio Podcast Listen, download and subscribe to the “NewsOne Now” Audio Podcast on Google Podcasts Subscribe to “NewsOne Now” Audio Podcast on iTunes.

46 MIN2017 DEC 15
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NewsOne Now Audio Podcast: PBS Suspends Tavis Smiley’s Talk Show After Sex Misconduct Investigation, GOP’s Unpopular Tax Bill Faces New Uncertainty, Relieved Republicans Celebrate Doug Jones’
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