Roland Martin

President Donald Trump's voter fraud claims could lead to more instances of voter suppression.

1/25/17- Roland Martin talks to Michael Eric Dyson about his new book, Tears We Cannot Stop: A Sermon To White America. “We are enduring the first toddler Presidency. But what I’m trying to do is ask white brothers and sisters to engage their own whiteness. I’m asking them to talk about innocence but also talk […]

President Trump signed an executive order halting a plan that would help low-income buyers purchase homes.

The Supreme Court declined to hear the appeal of a lower court ruling that found Texas voter ID requirements discriminated against minorities.

The Black Youth Project at the University of Chicago conducted a survey of young adults that revealed many millennials don't believe President Trump will serve the interests of the Black community.

Roland Martin talks to the Women’s March organizer Janaye Ingram and Attorney Monique Pressley, about the massive turnout of women across the globe during the weekend of Donald Trump’s inauguration. “This was the second usage of Metro here. We are super excited. This is the beginning of a huge movement that will hold not only this […]

Roland Martin and his panel of guests quantified the impact President Obama and his administration had on the nation, as well as how well they handled issues important to African-Americans.

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 […]

A day after celebrating MLK Day, we also honor the legacy of his father Rev. Martin Luther King Sr.

NAN held their We Shall Not Be Moved march and rally in Washington; should a defined demand have been issued during the march?