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Friday marked the 25th anniversary of the historic Million Man March in Washington, DC, which featured speeches from civil rights leaders and activists such as Rosa Parks, Maya Angelou, Rev. Benjamin Chavis and Rev. Al Sharpton

Friday marked the 25th anniversary of the historic Million Man March in Washington, DC, which featured speeches from civil rights leaders and activists such as Rosa Parks, Maya Angelou, Rev. Benjamin Chavis and Rev. Al Sharpton

"He goes way out of his way to be extreme and provocative when it's women of color. It's almost like a racial cocktail for him to be able to be racist and misogynist at the same time." - Rev. Al Sharpton on President Trump calling Sen. Kamala Harris a "communist" and a "monster."

"You hope to change their heart one day, but you can change their position come Election Day.” Rev. Al Sharpton, author of a new book, "Rise Up: Confronting a country at the crossroads" says that "the basis of Donald Trump’s politics was racism."

“It was a race-based strategy.” The Rev. Al Sharpton responds to the Channel 4 News investigation that found the Trump campaign in 2016 sought to deter 3.5 million Black Americans from voting in the election.

Good morning! Civil rights icon Rev. Al Sharpton says the U.S. is at a crossroads. @TheRevAl  joins @mattgallowaycbc  at 9am to discuss the Donald Trump he knows, the president’s #COVID19  diagnosis, & a summer of reckoning on anti-Black racism. Tune in

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"I don't think that we want to, in this time, mock him — even though he's mocked others," says civil rights icon Rev. Al Sharpton @TheRevAl . "We don't want to become like those we criticize," he told @mattgallowaycbc 

“We don’t want to become like those we criticize,” civil rights icon Rev. Al Sharpton told @TheCurrentCBC . “Rather than doing an 'I told you so,' I hope that we can make some real things move forward, now that it has hit home to him."

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A "Black Lives Matter" mural was painted in front of Trump Tower in New York City on Thursday. Mayor Bill de Blasio and Rev. Al Sharpton helped paint the bold, yellow letters across 5th Ave.

So Dems and the media are fine with this I'm sure, but it's too dangerous for people to vote in person or bury their loved ones? 🙄🙄🙄 “The Aug. 28 rally, organized by the Rev. Al Sharpton, aims to bring 100,000 people to the nation’s capital"

Trump again threatens to veto military funds because he wants to keep confederate names on forts. He asks derisively: "You gonna rename it after the Rev. Al Sharpton?" “The military says they’re for” the bill, notes Wallace. “I don’t care what the military says,” Trump replies.

Trump on Fox, asking who the people who want to rename military bases want to rename Fort Bragg after: “Are you going to name it after Rev. Al Sharpton?” That’s kind of a revealing name to pluck out of the air.

Rev. Al Sharpton: “There is a difference between those calling for peace and those calling for quiet. Some of y'all don’t want peace, you just want quiet. You just want us to shut up and suffer in silence.”

Rev. Al Sharpton calls for an 8 minute and 46 second moment of reflection and silence at the memorial service for George Floyd, the amount of time the arresting officer’s knee was on Floyd’s neck, according to prosecutors.

NEW: Rev. Al Sharpton responds to Pres. Trump's attack this morning: "If he really thought I was a con man, he'd be nominating me for his Cabinet."

'We Are Not That Stupid': Rev. Al Sharpton Says Black Voters Won't Be Fooled by Red-Baiting Attacks on Sanders @commondreams  @NationalAction 

"[Bernie] is not running as a politician. He's running as one leading a movement." -Rev. Al Sharpton

An intellectual Iron Curtain descended to protect black politicians—including ineffective ones like Rep. Cummings and even con men like the Rev. Al Sharpton—by denouncing their critics as racist, writes Fred Siegel

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