"The grievances we face in America have changed over time -- just as the country has changed," he said. "But today, there are still deep injustices that we must address."Full story
Rev. Al Sharpton responds after days of attacks from Fox News host Bill O’Reilly, explaining the long tradition of how those willing to air their grievances have shaped America and made it the more just country it is today.
Fresh off of signing a bill that limits women’s access to abortion clinics, North Carolina Gov. Pat McCrory is set to sign what many are calling the most restrictive voting bill in the country. This comes as President Barack Obama and Attorney General Eric Holder assured civil rights leaders in a me
Rev. Al Sharpton gives advice to a viewer asking for suggestions on how to help see the repeal of “Stand Your Ground” laws.
Inspired by a viewer’s question, Rev. Al Sharpton weighs in on Anthony Weiner’s press conference and his candidacy for mayor.
President Barack Obama made his first public comments on the George Zimmerman trial since the verdict. MSNBC’s Rev. Al Sharpton and Chuck Todd discuss on NewsNation.
Rep. Hakeem Jeffries, D-N.Y., and columnist Joshua Dubois join Rev. Sharpton to discuss the higher rates of incarceration in the African-American community.
Civil rights activist Al Sharpton walks out after meeting with U.S. President Barack Obama about voting rights at the White House in Washington, July 29, 2013. With Sharpton is Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed and President and CEO of the National Council of La Raza, Janet Murguia. REUTERS/Larry Down
Anthony Weiner, Al Sharpton and Christine Quinn
Reverend Al Sharpton and Reverend Jesse Jackson Sr wait to march down Woodward Avenue in the 50th Anniversary Commemorative Freedom Walk in Detroit, Michigan June 22, 2013. The walk celebrated the 50th anniversary of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s 1963 Walk To Freedom in Detroit. REUTERS/Rebecca Cook