News One Now with Roland Martin on 1380 WAOK

Fifty years ago, President Lyndon B. Johnson signed into law the Civil Rights Act of 1964, which was one of the most important achievements for African Americans in U.S. history.  Roland Martin asked listeners to call in and speak about the challenges Blacks face today.  According to Martin, although this law ended school, work  and public facility discrimination, it didn’t remove the hatred in most  hearts.  What do think are some of the issues African Americans still face in 2014?

Here is a snippet of the show if you missed it:

 

News One Now w/Roland Martin

 

 

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