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Hip Hop artist Talib Kweli joined Roland Martin Friday on “NewsOne Now” to discuss the crisis in Ferguson. He also assessed the conditions on the ground and shared his views on what the next moves should be.

Nearly two weeks of unrest in Ferguson has put a spotlight on the town revealing many interesting and disturbing truths. Roland Martin and “NewsOne Now” look at unemployment, education, the political power structure and how to go from a moment to a movement in the St. Louis suburb.

Dellena Jones, Owner of the 911 Hair Salon in Ferguson, Ify Ike, Founder & Creator of Black & Brown Vote, Robert White, Pastor of Peace of Mind Church of Happiness, Kevin MartinKenrya Rankin Nassal and Jeff Johnson discuss a wide range of socioeconomic as well as political issues  that impact Ferguson.

Iyanla Vanzant joined Martin during the radio portion of “NewsOne Now” to discuss how the people of Ferguson can move forward and turn this moment into a movement.

All that and more in this special edition of the NewsOne Now Audio Podcast.

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