Rev. Al Sharpton
From "Mothers of the Movement" to former attorney general Eric Holder and Bernie Sanders, the NAN convention is required attendance for those who are serious about the sanctity of Black life in America.
Civil rights leaders met with Attorney General Jeff Sessions to discuss their concerns about the DOJ's direction.
The Amadou Diallo Foundation hosted its second annual benefit gala in Harlem on the 18th anniversary of his death.
Innis, once known as a fiery Black Power nationalist shifted ideology in his later years to become a conservative Republican.
Howard University on Sunday honored Cathy Hughes, Founder and Chairperson of Radio One, Inc., the largest Black-owned multi-media company in the country, at the unveiling of the Cathy Hughes School of Communications.
One of the nation's largest police organizations apologizes for historic mistreatment of minorities. The group's president urged law enforcement to acknowledge its role in causing poor relations with communities of color.
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.
Rev. Al Sharpton is questioning why Rachel Dolezal’s parents chose to out her for faking her racial identity now of all times. The Black community…
On Wednesday morning, the National Action Network will kick off its 25th year with their annual national convention — a welcome unification of civil rights…