Al Sharpton

Al  Sharpton had the best intentions ever when he was defending Omarosa against President Trumps comments about her, calling her a dog. During his rant on MSNBC he tried to quote his late friend, the great Aretha Franklin, but it didn’t come out quite right. Check out Al Sharpton’s TV Flub Below: R-E-S-P-I-C-T!

2/22/17- Rev. Al Sharpton talks about Donald Trump’s visit to the African American museum and what it means for a President with his ego. “It could be a time, if he is willing and wise, for him to say, looking at the history of African Americans and what we’ve been through, that one day he’ll […]

We are emotionally devastated following the horrific terrorist act against the historic Emanuel AME Church in Charleston, South Carolina that left nine dead and the Black…

The Hip Hop community is standing in solidarity with Baltimore in the wake of the Freddie Gray tragedy and the resulting civil unrest.  Treach from…

The National Action Network, founded by Reverend Al Sharpton, along with female civil rights leaders are staging a hunger strike until Loretta Lynch’s confirmation is pushed…

Rev. Al Sharptonand Martin Luther King III made good on their promise in July to move to the Windy City to help eliminate gun violence in urban neighborhoods.

The 58-year-old civil rights activist and MSNBC broadcaster is dating Aisha McShaw, 35, who has been spotted with Sharpton at black-tie affairs. Al Sharpton, 58, and Aisha McShaw (right), 35, seen at the Essence Festival on July 7 in New Orleans have been an item for months. Al Sharpton has a new, decades-younger, attractive main squeeze. […]

“Uh, Mr. Al Sharpton/Here is why I don’t respect you and nobody like you.” Remember the beginning of that Lil Wayne verse on “Misunderstood” a few years ago? So you’re probably wondering how Weezy F. Baby and Al Sharpton plan on working together to write a book. Wayne and Sharpton have been going at it for years over hip […]

Al Sharpton railed against gun advocate Larry Ward on his Monday MSNBC show for what he called “changing facts” about slavery and “distorting” the legacy…