Rev. Al Sharpton

According to the bellereport.com Rev. Al Sharpton & National Action Network (NAN), To Convene Annual Convention at Critical Juncture in Civil Rights   The Convention which is annually held in the spirit and tradition of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Will feature leaders in civil rights, clergy, government, tech, education, and entertainment from April 26-29 in New […]

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

According to the bellereport.com NAN — On January 14, thousands will converge in Washington, D.C. as the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. holiday begins — just six days before Donald Trump’s inauguration. We will rally and put the next Administration (and the nation) on notice that there are some things that will not be changed no […]

according to the bellereport.com After A Rousing Performance of her Billboard #1  Smash Single “YOU’RE BIGGER” At the Triumph Awards,  JEKALYN CARR Returns to Number 1   ATLANTA, GA (Tuesday, October 11, 2016) – After a rousing performance of her Billboard #1 smash single “You’re Bigger” last week at the Triumph Awards in Atlanta, as […]

According to the bellereport.com 2016 Triumph Awards Presented by National Action Network & TV One; Hosted by Tichina Arnold (w/ Fantasia, Nick Cannon, JD, Kandi & More)   The Star-Studded Awards Ceremony Airs Exclusively On TV One Sunday, October 2 at 7P.M. and 9 P.M. EST   2016 Triumph Awards Host Tichina Arnold and Founder and President […]

homegoing service was attended by legendary members of the Black press like Les Payne and Ed Gordon. Kemba Smith — who was profiled nationally by Curry in Emerge magazine — and Rev. Jesse Jackson, Sr., spoke during the services, honoring the life of Curry.

Civil rights activist Rev. Al Sharpton is questioning why filmmaker Nate Parker is under intense public scrutiny for rape charges leveled against him 17 years ago. He believes the rehashing smacks of a possible right-wing conspiracy to keep the public from seeing his film The Birth of a Nation, reports The New York Daily News. “If a […]

A coalition led by Al Sharpton launched the first phase of an education movement. Churches in four cities are organizing working groups to lay their foundation.

The Rev. Al Sharpton and partners are launching a four-city tour to promote the reconnection of communities and schools. The cities are Atlanta, Richmond, Baltimore and Columbia.

During the interview, Clinton addressed her plans for minority/women-owned businesses, the ongoing fight for voting rights, and a number of other topics important to Black voters.

Civil rights leaders, community leaders and social media users expressed outrage Monday after a grand jury failed to bring charges against a Cleveland officer in the death of Tamir Rice

Protesters say the firing of Garry McCarthy does not go far enough to address corruption in the city.