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LINCOLN WARE INTERVIEWS ROLAND S. MARTIN

National award-winning and multifaceted journalist Roland S. Martin paid a visit to the Greater Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky area for a special trip to the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center (NURFC) for a recent lecture series to discuss the historical context of civil rights. The noted activist, commentator and on-air personality for TV One and The Tom Joyner Morning Show spoke also of how the vestiges of civil rights struggles manifest today and what we can all do to take steps toward freedom in our own lives.

Today, that conversation continued with a surprise call from Columbus, Ohio and Cincinnati’s own Lincoln Ware live on the air as the two discussed Roland’s involvement with the Ohio Legislative Black Caucus, his upcoming projects plus so much more.

Listen below for the complete interview live on today’s edition of The Lincoln Ware Show on Cincinnati’s news talk station – 1230AM WDBZ The Buzz – brought to you exclusively by TheBuzzCincy.com.

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Be sure to catch the upcoming edition of “Washington Watch with Roland Martin,” the one-hour Sunday morning news show which will air additional footage and complete coverage of Roland’s visit to the area. Check your local listings for show times.

After listening to the complete interview, be sure to share your thoughts and responses to the conversation with Lincoln Ware and Roland Martin below on the message board.

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Roland S. Martin is the author of Listening to the Spirit Within: 50 Perspectives on Faith and Speak, Brother! A Black Man’s View of America. His latest release is The First: President Barack Obama‘s Road to the White House as originally reported by Roland S. Martin. For more information, visit RolandSMartin.com today.

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