Rev. Al Sharpton

Five years after Trayvon Martin’s death, the fight for justice for young Black men continues.

  2/1/17- Rev. Al Sharpton talks to the Tom Joyner Morning Show about Donald Trump appointing Neil Gorsuch…reality TV style. Listen below.    

1/11/17- Rev. Al Sharpton talks to the TJMS about why marching is important and what the world has to look forward to now that President-elect Donald Trump is taking office. Listen below.

  12/31/16- Rev. Al Sharpton talks to the TJMS about the importance of Christmas and reminding us to not forget the true meaning of the Christian holiday. Listen above.  

  11/23/16- Rev. Al Sharpton talks to the Tom Joyner Morning Show about the true meaning of Thanksgiving. “It’s not about how it started but how we can transform it into something good. Reach out to family members and friends even if you felt they were wrong. Be bigger than smaller people,” Sharpton said. Click […]

  11/16/16- Rev. Al Sharpton talks to the Tom Joyner Morning Show about moving past Trump’s election and the plan to protest January 14th 2017, a few days before number 45 is sworn in. “We’ve got to stand up that there will be no movement on the voting act and police reform. We need to […]

  11/9/16- Rev. Al Sharpton talks to the Tom Joyner Morning Show about the results of Decision 2016. “We’re going to have to fight. Like we did when Reagan came in after Carter. WE need leadership. Black radio and black church weren’t engaged. There’s a lot of blame to go around but the question is, ‘what […]

  10/26/16- Rev. Al Sharpton talks to the Tom Joyner Morning Show about the importance of early voting. “This election is so important. We’re talking about  not only preserving the legacy of President Obama and fulling the dream of Dr. King. Everything we’ve been marching for is at stake,” Rev. Sharpton said. Click the link […]

9/28/16- Rev. Al Sharpton talks to the Tom Joyner Morning Show about the latest in the case of Terence Crutcher and what happens next for the family. “In the Presidential debate we must keep this issue front and center. Mrs. Clinton addressed it and Mr. Trump distorted it. We’re still fighting the fight and we’re […]

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.

"Being left out of awards consideration is about more than just recognition for a job well-done; winning an Oscar has long-lasting cultural and economic impacts” said Civil Rights activist Al Sharpton in a statement

Over the weekend, the 2015 Triumph Awards presented by Reverend Al Sharpton, National Action Network (NAN) and TV One, was filmed in Atlanta at 200…