Al Sharpton

“We don’t want any more Black pastors in here,” said the lawyer defending the white men who chased and shot a 25-year-old Black man in Georgia last year.
“I know a con game when I see it," the civil rights activist said of police holding on to footage of the North Carolina shooting.
“And this family will not let you use George as a prop," the civil rights icon said at George Floyd's memorial to those who are "not about justice."
Civil rights icon Rev. Al Sharpton eulogized George Floyd at a memorial service, and implored President Donald Trump not to use the Bible as a prop.
It's intended to fall on the 57th anniversary of Martin Luther King Jr.'s "I Have A Dream" speech.
“He didn’t give me the opportunity to even speak,” Philonise Floyd said.
Civil rights leader Al Sharpton said Sunday he was planning to go to Baltimore after the president's series of racist attacks.
The Department of Justice has announced that no federal charges will be filed against the officer involved in the chokehold death of Eric Garner back in 2014.
Civil rights activist Al Sharpton called Biden's comments "egregious" and said the entire Civil War was essentially fought over this concept.
"If you’re comfortable playing to the racists, you’re a racist," Sharpton said on "Good Morning Britain."
"Folks talking about my voice can step right off," tweeted the Democratic New York lawmaker.
The 2020 presidential candidate announced her stance Friday at a conference with a civil rights group.
Rev. Al Sharpton asked the Democratic presidential candidate on Wednesday whether he would support such legislation.
“He had his entire life ahead of him,” Stevante Clark said of his brother, who was shot dead by police in California last year.
"You don’t just decide ... to sneak by Dr. King’s memorial to surprise ― surprise who?"
Rep. Hakeem Jeffries (D-N.Y.) and other Democrats connected Martin Luther King Jr.’s civil rights struggle to the fight against Trump today.
Jen Kerns bashed the employees on Twitter, arguing that "American ppl just don’t feel sorry for paper-pusher bureaucrats."
The former Senate candidate has spoken with high-profile Democrats recently, including former President Barack Obama.
The MSNBC host brought funeral attendees to their feet with his searing response to the president, who said Franklin "worked for me on numerous occasions."
"He had his agenda and that agenda did not include advancing and uniting the African-American community."