NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell has decided to suspend Baltimore Ravens RB Ray Rice to a two-game suspension for his domestic violence arrest. Many have said the punishment was not stiff enough some have said it was a fair decision. Do you believe Goodell made the right call by suspending Rice for only two games?
Republican Senator Rand Paul has reached out to African Americans on a number of issues in an attempt to attract them to the Republican party. Last week, Sen. Paul addressed the National Urban League and has recently teamed up with Sen. Cory Booker on sentencing reform.
Ray Baker, Lauren Victoria Burke and J. Hogan Gidley debate Sen. Paul’s outreach efforts to African Americans and if Black voters are buying what the Republican senator is selling.
Chadwick Boseman, star of the James Brown biopic, “Get On Up.” Boseman discussed how he prepared for the role and the intense training he went through to pick up the God Father of Soul’s dance moves.
Gospel artist Anita Wilson is on the rise and bringing a new approach to the genre. On Monday, Wilson sat down with Roland Martin, host of “NewsOne Now,” to discuss her musical stylings, new album, “Vintage Worship,” and got a chance to sing a little sumpin’ sumpin’.
All that and more in this edition of the NewsOne Now Audio Podcast.