First Edition August 24:The aftermath of Charlottesville

Aug 25, 2017

First Edition Host Sean Yoes sits down  with Sheryl Wood, former federal prosecutor and founder of the Wood Law Firm, to discuss the aftermath of Charlottesville, possible hate crime charges against James Alex Fields, as well as legislation in the Senate being crafted to protect special prosecutor Robert Mueller from being fired by Donald Trump as he conducts his Russia investigation.

And Marvin “Doc” Cheatham, CEO of the Matthew A. Henson Community Development Corporation and former president of the Baltimore Chapter of the NAACP, discusses the USCGC Roger B. Taney, symbol of White supremacy floating in Baltimore’s Inner Harbor, as well as Baltimore’s profound history of Vanguard civil rights and human rights activism.

In the second hour, The NWA Sports report with all the usual suspects.