Social Justice | HBCUs RISING History has been shaped, molded, and created by the Black community. On this episode, former NBA Champion and current NCA&T golfer J.R. Smith looks at the issues of social justice past and present, the changes that have come from leaders at HBCUs, and speaks with students who are currently leading the charge. Plus, J.R. reflects on the journey that lead him to attend an HBCU. All that and more on #HBCUsRising. Presented by @toyotausa #Tundra #LetsGoPlaces

T.D. Jakes, chairman and CEO of the T.D. Jakes Group, joins "CBS Mornings" to announce a new 10-year partnership with Wells Fargo to build inclusive communities. The partnership includes a commitment of up to $1 billion to fund various projects. Their first project is a mixed-income housing development in Atlanta at the site of a former Army base, Fort McPherson.

Discovered Truth: A Health Care Journey discusses black barriers to healthcare due to racism, distrust, and slavery and how that effects racial health disparities now.

The actor also discusses his mom stealing the show in the season premiere of “To Tell the Truth.”

In this episode, we spoke with the richest black person in American History, Robert Smith. During this conversation, Robert spoke about his amazing life journey, from being an engineer to working on Wall Street to running one of the largest private equity firms in the world.

Barack Obama reacts to Michelle Obama's past comments saying she ‘couldn’t stand’ him for 10 years of their marriage. The former president, who has been married to Michelle for 30 years, admits to the role he claims he played in her frustrations at the time.

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