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Omarosa Defends Trump Again At National Action Network Luncheon

Omarosa Manigault publicly advocated for President Donald Trump again at a recent luncheon for the National Action Network in New York, reports the New York Daily News… 144 more words


Trump and the GOP 'Are Out to Kill You,' Former ACORN CEO Bertha Lewis Warns

Bertha Lewis—founder of the Black Institute, charter member of the left-wing Working Families Party and former CEO of Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now—claimed today that President Donald Trump and the Republican Party are “out to kill you,” and argued it is up to organized labor to step up and “lead the resistance.” 620 more words

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Al Sharpton Walks Out On His Tab. The Legacy He's Leaving Behind.

According to the American Daily Patriot, Brother Al Sharpton, a reverend in his own mind, owes Uncle Samuel $1.5 million in taxes, interest, and penalties. 484 more words


Scathing Words Over Omarosa Manigault's Appearance at Al Sharpton's Convention

Applause greeted President Donald Trump aide Omarosa Manigault when she approached the podium at Rev. Al Sharpton’s National Action Network convention this afternoon—but the civil rights leader and political commentator Angela Rye offered a harsh reproach to her and her boss after she resumed her seat. 656 more words

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Looking Forward to This...

Looking forward to sitting on this panel tomorrow, Thursday April 27, discussing intersectionality with several minds I admire like Shaun King, Hill Harper, and Ilyasah Shabazz. 20 more words

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Eric Holder Rages Against 'Un-American' Voter ID Laws at Al Sharpton's Convention

Former Attorney General Eric Holder used his speech on the first morning of Rev. Al Sharpton’s National Action Network convention to warn that voting rights—particularly those of communities of color—are currently “under siege” by Republican voter identification laws. 493 more words

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Rev. Al Sharpton talks meeting with AG Sessions, NAN Convention beginning today

A civil rights convention is kicking off Wednesday in midtown.

For the next three days elected officials and faith leaders will join grassroots organizers for the 26th Annual National Action Network Convention titled “Everything Is At Stake.” 56 more words