National Action Network

New York– President Obama will be joining Rev. Al Sharpton in New York Wednesday to speak at the National Action Network rally. Check out our in-depth coverage of this convention throughout the next 4 days here. The president will appear at National Action Network’s “Keepers of the Dream Gala” at the Sheraton New York Hotel […]

An editorial in this week’s New York Amsterdam News, the legendary Black newspaper of New York, highlights the rise of Rev. Al Sharpton’s storied civil rights organization The National Action Network, which will celebrate its 20th year of operation April 6-9 at their national convention in New York City. Related: NewsOne Columnist Rev. Al Sharpton […]

Earlier this week, the New York Daily News shined a spotlight on Reverend Al Sharpton’s non-profit organization The National Action Network. Highlighting Sharpton’s executive salary, the story attempts to portray activist Sharpton as someone more committed to building his personal fortune than advancing his mission of social justice.

The Rev. Al Sharpton unleashed a formal assault on Rupert Murdoch’s News Corp. today, accusing it of dredging up old tax debts for his civil rights organization in retaliation for holding his Reclaim the Dream rally the same day as Fox News TV host Glenn Beck’s Restoring Honor event, which took place at the foot […]

Here is President Barack Obama’s letter to Al Sharpton for his National Action Conference

Rev. Al Sharpton has been holding his annual National Action Network Conference this week in New York City and NewsOne.com, in collaboration with TV One & Roland Martin, has your inside scoop!

Rev. Al Sharpton has been holding his annual National Action Network Conference this week in New York City and NewsOne.com, in collaboration with TV One & Roland Martin, has your inside scoop!

From NBCNewYork.com: Hundreds of officials and influential leaders are participating in an annual national convention hosted by Rev. Al Sharpton and the National Action Network, which began Wednesday morning.

Fox News host Bill O'Reilly was booed at Reverend Al Sharpton's National Action Network Convention in New York on Wednesday, when the TV personality insisted race is no longer a "real" issue, and told the crowd, "It's time to drop the race stuff."