Rev. Al Sharpton

Rev. Al Sharpton talks to the Tom Joyner Morning Show about the highlights of the 2016 Democratic National Convention. “(Michelle Obama) It was a chilling and tearing moment to see how far we’ve come. Then the mothers of the movement…a lot of them who we’ve marched with. It was good to see a human face […]

Rev. Al Sharpton talks to the Tom Joyner Morning Show about the idea of a summit in the city of Baton Rouge in the wake of Alton Sterling’s funeral and the slayings of three officers by Gavin Long. “We need to have a real strategic, sober summit that will deal with how we deal with […]

7/13/16- Rev. Al Sharpton talks to the Tom Joyner Morning Show about gun control and police reform in the midst of the recent shootings in Dallas and the deaths of Philando Castile and Alton Sterling. “We’re still in the midst of fighting for justice. We must have real legislative answers. We don’t need a crisis […]

7/11/16- Rev. Al Sharpton talks to the Tom Joyner Morning Show about the recent shootings of Alton Sterling, Philando Castille and the five policemen killed in Dallas after a protest to combat blacks and police violence. “Until a policeman knows he will go to jail for breaking the law, they’re not going to change. Once […]

06/22/16 – Reverend Al Sharpton expresses outrage over the Senate’s decision to reject four different gun control measures. Like BlackAmericaWeb.com on Facebook. Follow us on Twitter.

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.

Rev. Al Sharpton talks about the importance of an action plan after the mass shooting in Orlando. He also urges America to guard their tongue as to not spread homophobia and Islamphobia. “We must stop the sell of assault weapons in this country. We should use these national elections to take on the NRA. There […]

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.

Rev. Al Sharpton talks about the passing of Muhammad Ali and remembering what was important about his legacy. “The real legacy that we must make apart of our memory is the fact that he redefined what celebrity and success was in the country. You had to be more than a possessor of things. He changed […]

A four-city tour organized by the Rev. Al Sharpton and partners will hold a town hall meeting in Baltimore. The city's school system is under new leadership and under pressure to turn things around.

Rev. Al Sharpton talks about the criticism that the remake of Roots has received, including Snoop Dogg’s recent rant on social media. “I absolutely disagree that we should not tell our stories, including the kidnapping and slavery of those whose names were taken. In order to put our success in context we must put our […]

Rev. Al Sharpton talks about the need for voter registration and questions why the presidential candidates seem to be avoiding the issue. “Two words that i’m not hearing from anyone of them is voter registration. They are not registering voters. You can’t expand the voters if they are none registered. I think we as a community […]