national action network
The racial profiling scandal that has exploded in the last week regarding high-end department store Barneys culminated into a meeting with community leaders on Tuesday (Oct. 29). Rev. Al Sharpton and others met with the CEO of Barneys New York to discuss the accusations of black shoppers that claim the store unfairly targeted them because […]
Civil rights activist and MSNBC‘s PoliticsNation host Rev. Al Sharpton makes his latest entry into the literary world with his upcoming third book, The Rejected Stone: Al Sharpton And The Path To American Leadership.
A Bronx judge has thrown out the criminal case against an NYPD officer accused in the fatal shooting death of an 18-year-old. The manslaughter indictment was tossed due to a mistake made by the district attorney, ABC News reports.
Pepsi officials will meet today (May 8) with Emmett Till’s family along with civil rights activist Rev. Al Sharpton. The beverage company has suffered a pair of recent media blows after controversies involving Lil Wayne and Tyler, The Creator became part of the national conversation.
Dolls made in the likeness of the characters in the slave film Django Unchained have been discontinued. The figurines were pegged as “action figures,” and led to a public outcry calling for them to stop being sold.
FOX News host Bill O’Reilly made an appearance at Reverend Al Sharpton’s conference for his National Action Network Wednesday and received a less than warm welcome. The talking head of “The O’Reilly Factor” was booed by the crowd after making comments on racism saying that America had moved on and that, “Black people need to […]
Black America is in a state of emergency and it has come to a point where violence has escalated to an alarming rate and the youth seem to have lost a sense of direction which has only resulted in casualties. A stand is being made by Rev. Al Sharpton as he will be pairing up […]