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al sharpton

In 30 years of civil rights service many haven’t gone through the transformation that the Reverend Al Sharpton has.

From a fire-mouthed civil rights leader who appeared on television shows fighting other guests; to leading protests in New York City that almost led to race wars; to now backing President Obama on several issues and debating with many prominent African-American scholars, the founder of the National Action Network is proof that people “can change.”

Related: NewsOne Columnist Rev. Al Sharpton named one of the “Top 15 Civil Rights Leaders of the 21st Century”

In an interview with 60 Minutes, Sharpton spoke about the Tawanna Brawley case, his relationship with President Obama, black unemployment, and how he is now a “refined agitator.”

“I think that America and Al Sharpton has transformed. I think it’s a different country and I think that therefore I’ve become a different person in that context,” Sharpton told correspondent Lesley Stahl.

Read more at CBSNews

Please view whole video of 60 Minutes segment here

Related: Rev. Sharpton On Cornel West: “Black Intellectuals Have Problems With Me”

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