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Roland Martin, host of “NewsOne Now” talks with financial guru Deborah Owens on Tuesday about wealth building. During the WealthyU segment of the show, Owen’s introduces the wealth building principle of investing where you shop as a means to create wealth.

Rep. Charles Rangel joined  Martin on “NewsOne Now” to discuss President Barack Obamas executive order to help millions of Americans lower their student loan payments and the SBA announcing plans to help more minorities borrow funds to expand their business ventures. Plus, Rep. Rangel shared his views on the Koch Brothers’ $25 million donation to the United Negro College Fund.

Monique Greenwood discussed black owned bed and breakfasts.  Greenwood explained that B&Bs are great vacation destinations and can be a potentially lucrative business opportunity.

Chef Reginald Martin, Roland’s brother, is leading a group of young and aspiring chefs in a national healthy cooking contest this week in Washington D.C. The contest’s challenge: to create tasty recipes without the use of salt.  Reginald joined Roland Martin Tuesday on “NewsOne Now” to discuss the competition and the healthy schools campaign, Cooking Up Change.

Plus, Rev. Jesse Jackson previews this year’s Rainbow Push Conference and breaks down what his next moves are in the fight for inclusion in Silicon Valley.

All that and more in today’s edition of the “NewsOne Now” Audio Podcast.

Be sure to listen to “NewsOne Now” with Roland Martin, weekdays at 7 a.m. EST and watch at 9 a.m. EST on TV One. 

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