Dr. Greg Carr
Where is the Democratic opposition to President Trump and Republicans in Washington?
Lena Dunham's comments about Odell Beckham, Jr. sparked a backlash on social media & exposed the continued over-sexualization of Black men.
Emanuel AME Shooter Confesses To Killing 9, Told Investigators He Wanted To Start A Race War Emanuel AME Church mass shooter Dylann Roof confessed to killing 9 people and told investigators he wanted to start a “race war.” Roland Martin and NewsOne Now bring you the latest details in the hate crime investigation and the […]
This October will mark the 20th anniversary of the Million Man March, the clarion call to action for Black men across the country held in Washington, D.C on October 16, 1995. The theme of the 20th Anniversary Commemoration, to be held on October 10, 2015, is “Justice or Else.” Organizers of the upcoming three-day celebration say […]
Dr. Greg Carr, Chair of the Afro-American Studies Department at Howard University, joined guest host Ray Baker to discuss the historical significance and share some much-needed perspective on the Baltimore Uprising on NewsOne Now. Carr explained the situation in Baltimore is unique in that it is happening in real-time, but “in the larger sense historically, […]
Greg Carr associate professor and chair of African-American Studies at Howard University, Lisa Page, acting Director of Creative Writing at George Washington University, Armstrong Williams and educator Johnnetta B. Cole joined Roland Martin on “NewsOne Now” Thursday to talk about Maya Angelou. The group focused on one facet of her identity that’s seldom discussed: Maya Angelou the activist and Pan Africanist. Listen […]
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