Terri Sewell

The phrase “Nunes Memo” has been running around Washington, DC followed by the hype in releasing the four page document that details the FBI allegedly abused their surveillance power to monitor a former Trump campaign advisor. What was supposed to inflict damage ended up doing nothing. Roland Martin talks with Rep. Terri Sewell a member […]

  Jacque Reid talks to Congresswoman Terri Sewell about the 50th celebration of Bloody Sunday in Selma, AL. “As a daughter of Selma, we are so excited to welcome the world to Selma. It’s an opp to celebrate how far we’ve come. My hope is that people will come away with new ideas. I’m very hopeful. […]

Roland Martin Talks with Terri Sewell about trying to get the Congressional Gold Medal for the  “4 Little Girls.”

A half century after one of the worst racially-motivated incidents of the civil rights era, Alabama’s congressional delegation introduced legislation Wednesday to bestow the Congressional Gold Medal to the four black girls who were killed in the 1963 bombing of Birmingham’s 16th Street Baptist Church. If approved by the House of Representatives and the Senate, […]