Entertainment Will Smith & Trevor Noah to Have In-Depth Discussion About 14th Amendment - Watch the Teaser
Senate is playing the dangerous game with the 14th Amendment
A censure resolution should condemn his remarks but finish there.Censure is not mentioned in the Constitution and is just a resolution expressing the view of Congress. Nevertheless, such a statement can be important in allowing for bipartisan, bicameral condemnation. It is also now seen as a type of shadow impeachment. A Senate trial could actually work to Trump's advantage if it ended in acquittal. For the first time, the House used a snap impeachment and sent the Senate no record to support its impeachment article. As in past impeachments, the Senate could refuse to call witnesses and vote on the record, or lack thereof.
and are educating people about the 14th Amendment and social justice.
To celebrate the launch of, Smith -- executive producer and host of the Netflix six-part docuseries -- will go live with The Daily Show host and special guests to discuss the new series and the future of social justice.
This 40-minute panel will continue the series’ conversation on where we stand with the 14th Amendment, the future of social justice and the new leaders moving it forward. The first teaser for Amend: A Discussion on The Series and the Promise of America was shared on Friday, with the full discussion to be released onand TikTok on Feb. 27 at 5 p.m. PT/8 p.m
How the Nation’s Most Punitive State for Ex-Felons Expanded Voting Rights, for Now
Iowa’s Republican governor aligned herself with Black Lives Matter protesters and gave most former felons the ability to vote in 2020. But the move could be reversed, and advocates say it doesn’t go far enough.“Quite simply, when someone serves their sentence and pays the price our justice system has set for their crimes,” Reynolds said, speaking in front of masked community leaders in her office at the state capitol, “they should have their right to vote restored, automatically, plain and simple.
Amend: The Fight for America "deploys a groundbreaking narrative format featuring a number of luminaries (Mahershala Ali, Diane Lane, Samuel L. Jackson, Pedro Pascal, Yara Shahidi, and more) breathing life into speeches and writings by the 14th Amendment’s most ardent advocates and foes (including Frederick Douglass, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Ruth Bader Ginsburg, and Andrew Johnson) with insights from an inclusive array of contemporary thought leaders and experts," per the logline.
The show is also described as "is a powerful, multimedia journey through American history that encourages viewers to question what a 'United States' really means."
ET. Amend: The Fight for America is now available globally on Netflix.
How Will Smith and Jada Pinkett Smith’s Westbrook Media Thrived in a Pandemic .
As many Hollywood firms stagnated amid COVID-19 shutdowns, soaring social content like the Snapchat series ‘Will From Home’ has kept the company in the fast lane.It didn’t take long before an idea hit: What if Smith filmed a show in isolation from his garage? The movie star, who had been making the Warner Bros. biographical drama King Richard and suddenly found himself with a very free schedule after production paused, was immediately on board. By mid-March, so was Snapchat. Will From Home premiered a few weeks later, giving viewers a 12-episode glimpse into Smith’s early pandemic life hanging around in a tracksuit and video-chatting with famous friends like Tyra Banks.