Black Fla. man fights to stay out of prison, Mpls PD's Race-Based Policing, Twitter & Free Speech



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4.27.2022 #RolandMartinUnfiltered: Black Fla. man fights to stay out of prison, Mpls PD's Race-Based Policing, Twitter & Free Speech

In 1989, he was convicted of murder. He spent nearly 32 years in prison. In 2018, his conviction was overturned but didn't get released until 2021. But a federal judge reversed the overturned conviction. Now there's a good chance Crosley Green will have to return to prison. Green and his attorney are here tonight.

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Students at a Georgia high school are protesting the punishment of a black teenage boy who slapped his white female classmate after she called him the N-word. He was suspended, and she went back to class.

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And in today's Tech Talk segment, a black company is helping small black businesses survive and thrive in today's digital economy.


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