Tags » National Action Network

OH YES SHE DID: Al Sharpton’s Daughter Sues City for $5M After Spraining Ankle

The legal shakedown is right out of her dad’s pay-to-playbook

Kathianne Boniello She learned at the feet of a master.

Shakedown artist Al Sharpton’s eldest child wants $5 million from city taxpayers after she fell in the street and sprained her ankle, court rec­ords show. 518 more words

Mediasphere

Baltimore Youth Voice Concerns At NAN ‘Use Your Voice Youth Summit’

Hundreds of young people turned out to voice concerns about life growing up in Baltimore City. The National Action Network created a forum for dialogue between Baltimore youth and leaders of the City of Baltimore and the State of Maryland. 232 more words

Baltimore

Baltimore Youth Voice Concerns At NAN 'Use Your Voice Youth Summit'

Hundreds of young people turned out to voice concerns about life growing up in Baltimore City. The National Action Network created a forum for dialogue between Baltimore youth and leaders of the City of Baltimore and the State of Maryland. 298 more words

National

Amid Rampant Racism & Police Brutality, Al Sharpton's NAN Organization to form in Oklahoma City May 16th

In response to rampant racism & police brutality against black Oklahomans, Al Sharpton’s civil rights organization NAN is setting up chapter in Oklahoma City (for the OKC & Southern Oklahoma area) on May 16th. 56 more words

Civil Rights

Sharpton calls for special prosecutors in police misconduct cases

HARLEM, Manhattan (PIX11) — The Rev. Al Sharpton praised Marilyn Mosby—Baltimore City State’s Attorney who comes  from a long line of police officers, and who took swift action against six cops, charging them in the death of Freddie Gray. 367 more words

Manhattan

Al Sharpton really didn't want this Fox News reporter to ask Baltimore mayor a question [video]

Not that reporters didn’t try to ask questions.

As we reported earlier, Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake attended an event sponsored by National Action Network founder and MSNBC host Al Sharpton where she spoke in front of a backdrop on which “no justice no peace” was printed. 121 more words

US Politics

NAN Head: de Blasio 'Submitted' to Get Sharpton Answers About NYPD Protest Response

A leading official of Rev. Al Sharpton’s National Action Network said that the controversial leader met personally with Mayor Bill de Blasio this morning to criticize the allegedly heavy-handed response to protests held last night—and told the Observer that the mayor “submitted” to getting answers. 708 more words