I always wanted to develop a platform to report the news from our perspective, from our lens, from our people, so I decided to launch REVOLT BLACK NEWS.” said Sean "Diddy" Combs. “We’re here with solutions. We’ve already heard about what we can’t do, but this is what we can do.
Keisha Lance Bottoms on Georgia turning blue for Biden and the upcoming runoffs | REVOLT BLACK NEWS
In this episode of "REVOLT BLACK NEWS," Eboni K. Williams is joined by the Mayor of Atlanta, Keisha Lance Bottoms, to discuss Georgia’s pivotal role in the 2020 presidential election, where the state turned blue for Joe Biden, which was the first time Georgia turned blue for a Democratic president candidate in 28 years, as well as the state's crucial moment for Congressional Democratic control in the runoffs.
Biden's 2020 presidential election win and Georgia's runoffs | REVOLT BLACK NEWS
In this episode of "REVOLT BLACK NEWS," Eboni K. Williams is joined by Van Lathan and Soledad O’Brien to examine disinformation and how it influences the media especially in regard to election coverage. Gary Chambers Jr. and Damon Hewitt discuss social activism in the south, and its impact on a political shift. Reecie Colbert and Michael Harriot break down the general election results between Biden and Trump, what’s to ensue and how the Georgia runoffs will decide control of Congress: Democrats or Republicans? Also, Dustin Ross stops by for Black Excellence Entertainment.
Breaking down the 2020 Election results between Joe Biden and Donald Trump | REVOLT BLACK NEWS
In this episode of "REVOLT BLACK NEWS," Eboni K. Williams breaks down the most important presidential election of our lifetime between Donald Trump and Joe Biden. Lindsey Granger moderates a conversation with former RNC Chairman Michael Steele and Danielle Moodie about the election results and states' votes. Isaac Hayes III also gives his take on the 2020 election, the games Trump is playing and what’s next in the fight for social justice.
Nigeria's #EndSars Movement and the Global Oppression of Black People | REVOLT BLACK NEWS
In this episode of 'REVOLT BLACK NEWS,' Rotimi, Dr. Wendy Osefo and Angie Nwandu join Eboni K. Williams to break down police brutality in Nigeria and the #EndSars movement, which highlights Black oppression on a global scale. Jaime Harrison examines his tight Senate race in South Carolina, and Cori Bush discusses her potential election, which would make her the first Black woman from Missouri in the U.S. House of Representatives. Plus, Tezlyn Figaro, Shermichael Singleton and Kamau Marshall make their general election predictions between Trump and Biden less than one week away from Election Day, Nov. 3.
Republican vs Democrat perspectives on Trump & Biden's presidential election | REVOLT BLACK NEWS
In this episode of "REVOLT BLACK NEWS," Eboni K. Williams examines both Democrat and Republican perspectives as we gear up for the 2020 presidential election on Nov. 3 where the American people will vote for Donald Trump or Joe Biden. Black women behind the Biden/Harris campaign like Ashley Allison and Phillana Williams join, while Chris Prudhome breaks down Black support for Trump. Big Boi and Sleepy Brown stop by for a word on their new single and message. Danielle Young returns for "Black Excellence Entertainment," and for Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Lyndsey Christian gives her personal account on beating triple-negative breast cancer. It’s time for some action!
Diddy talks Joe Biden, Donald Trump and the launch of a Black Political Party
On Friday (Oct. 16), Sean “Diddy” Combs officially launched a Black political party and endorsed Joe Biden. Visit http://www.OurBlackParty.org now. Joining Charlamagne Tha God for a discussion about the 2020 presidential election and what this all means for Black Americans, Combs didn’t hold back about his controversial “hold the Black vote hostage” statement, President Trump’s outrageous “stand back and stand by” comments to The Proud Boys and more. The mogul also talked the launch of Our Black Party, a new political party designed with an agenda focused on the African-American community’s needs.