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Los Angeles, CA -- August 10, 2015 -- As part of the 2015 Steve Harvey Neighborhood Awards, Roland Martin joined the "Black Lives Matter" forum on Saturday, August 8 with a diverse panel of journalists and public figures who have been on the front lines of the issue.
Moderated by show host Ed Gordon, the panel also included Benjamin Crump, lead attorney for the Trayvon Martin family during the controversial George Zimmerman case; and Mo Ivory, TV personality and host for WHUR 96.3 FM.
During the seminar, Martin and the panel of distinguished thought leaders discussed the current condition of the black community and next steps to strengthen and protect black lives.
The Steve Harvey Neighborhood Awards is a star-studded, annual celebration of the best leaders and organizations in local neighborhoods across the nation. Sponsored by Ford, the award show is the cornerstone event of the four-day Neighborhood Awards Weekend which brings hundreds of families and friends together to enjoy live entertainment, education workshops, empowerment panels and more.
Roland S. Martin is a nationally syndicated, award-winning journalist and columnist who currently serves as chief political editor and host of TV One's revolutionary daily program NewsOne Now, an innovative multi-platform news source that allows viewers and listeners to experience Martin's show on TV and through, a website from Radio One's web division, Interactive One.