In this ad for Stephen Zappala, the prosecutor for Pennsylvania Attorney General, Zappala shows Sandra Bland's arrest, Walter Scott's shooting death and Janay Rice lying on the floor of an elevator after being assaulted by Ray Rice.
Spike Lee stopped by to talk about his new film, the need for reasonable gun control laws, and whether or not sex strikes can really bring peace.
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Left of Black host Mark Anthony Neal is joined by Daryl Michael Scott to discuss the importance of Black History Month. Scott is a Professor of History at Howard University and the President of the Association of the Study of African American Life and History.
Stephen Curry Returns to Form With a 40 Point Performance
Stephen Curry scores 40 points in his return from injury in game four of the Western Conference Semi-Finals series between the Golden State Warriors and the Portland Trail Blazers. Curry's 40 point total includes a NBA Record 17 Overtime points. With Curry's performance the Warriors take a three games to one edge over the Portland Trail Blazers. (NBA)
WeTV's 'Money.Power.Respect.' puts the spotlight on black female entertainment attorneys, their day to day interactions with their peers and the music industry. Co-stars, Ed Woods and Wendy Credle, share their opinion on what sets this show apart from other reality TV shows and why it's important to watch.
Mumia Abu-Jamal Speaks Out from Jail on New Pennsylvania Law Silencing Prisoners
democracynow wrote: http://democracynow.org - Pennsylvania Republican Gov. Tom Corbett is set to sign into law a bill critics say will trample the free speech rights of prisoners. Last week, lawmakers openly said they passed the legislation as a way to target one of the state's most well-known prisoners: journalist and former Black Panther, Mumia Abu-Jamal, who was convicted in 1982 of killing of a Philadelphia police officer, but has long maintained his innocence.