On Friday, Gregg Deal, a Native American activist and Brian Howard from the National Congress of American Indians joined Roland Martin on “NewsOne Now discuss the Redskins name controversy.
On Wednesday, the Washington Redskins lost trademark protection of the team’s nickname. Deal and Howard, both Native American, expressed their views against the use of the derogatory term.
Pop culture experts and journalists Tim Gordon and Jawn Murray discussed Kevin Hart’s recent comments about African-American cinema and the use of the term “Black movies” to control the genre. Movie producer Will Packer also joined Martin on “NewsOne Now” to talk Black films and the economic implications of so called “Black movies” doing well at the box office.
Kindred Family Soul joined Roland Martin Friday on “NewsOne Now” to talk about their new album,A Couple Friends. During their chat with Martin, Aja and Fatin Dantzler sang a portion of their new single Everybody’s Hustling.
All that and more in this edition of the NewsOne Now Audio Podcast.
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