rev. al sharpton

The 62-year-old pundit cut a rug on the set of PoliticsNation, his talk show on MSNBC.

Al Sharpton’s annual National Action Network conference kicked off this week with a panel that allowed the mother of Michael Brown to reveal some startling truths about her troubles since losing…

A day after it was announced that the U.S. Department of Justice is unlikely to pursue a civil rights case against ex-Ferguson, Mo., Officer Darren…

News that Officer Darren Wilson resigned from the Ferguson Police Department on Saturday is unlikely to ease tensions in the aftermath of the grand jury…

During a press conference at the headquarters of the National Action Network, Rev. Al Sharpton, surrounded by the families of Michael Brown, Eric Garner and…

In the wake of the Ferguson grand jury decision, areas in the St. Louis suburb have been destroyed by people who have torched cars and burned…

Today’s midterm election will determine a lot for the African-American community. Rev. Al Sharpton goes as far as to say it if we don’t get it…

  According to Special K, Rev. Al Sharpton and former Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton were caught in some reckless behavior. Listen to this edition of News You Can’t…

Thursday, July 18, 2013 (New York, NY)—Trayvon Martin’s parents Sybrina Fulton and Tracy Martin will stand with Rev. Al Sharpton and National Action Network for the “Justice for Trayvon” 100 city vigils this Saturday, July 20th. Sybrina Fulton and her surviving son Jahvaris Fulton will stand with Rev. Al Sharpton and NAN at One Police […]

Rev. Al Sharpton checked in with “The Rickey Smiley Morning Show” and shared his thoughts about the closing arguments presented in the George Zimmerman trial.…

From now until February 7th, Rickey Smiley is giving you the opportunity to place your vote recognizing the most notable Big A$$ Faces.  This year’s nominees are:    Female All –Around Oprah Winfrey Sheryl Underwood Monique Wendy Wiliams Kim Zolciak    Men All – Around Kanye West Lawrence Fishburne Musiq Soulchild Antwan “Big Boy” Patton Reverend […]

The Rev. Al Sharpton visited Baltimore on Monday to seek support for a plan to develop a new arts district in the city to honor Africa- American cultural achievements. WOLB1010 AM radio show host Larry Young said that has been trying to make things happen for the past 25 yrs.