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The Rev. Al Sharpton‘s National Action Network — the civil rights organization so instrumental in bringing the Trayvon Martin case to national prominence — is beginning its annual membership drive, asking Americans to support its work.

According to the NAN website, membership begins at $25, and includes:

  • An Annual or Lifetime membership card.
  • Participation in a monthly call with NAN leadership.
  • Receipt of a monthly leadership email updating members on issues and NAN activities from across the country.
  • Participation in a special members only event during the Annual National Convention.
  • Premium seating at all National Action Network events.

NewsOne readers interested in helping may join by clicking here.

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