The Rev. Al Sharpton
Atlantic City, New Jersey pastor Regena Thomas, and a Democratic political operative, told NewsOne that she knew immediately that Trump played the ministers when she heard about the alleged endorsements.
A popular Florida church drummer, who was shot and killed by a plainclothes police officer as he waited for a tow truck, had a gun but never fired it, according to his family's lawyer.
A group of Black media owners have filed a $20 billion federal lawsuit against Comcast, Time Warner, Inc., the Rev. Al Sharpton, the NAACP and the National Urban League alleging that the companies discriminated against them and paid the omnipresent activist to “whitewash” their discriminatory practices, the Washington Post writes. SEE ALSO: Oscar-Winner Mo’Nique Slams Hollywood, Claims […]
A day after it was announced that the U.S. Department of Justice is unlikely to pursue a civil rights case against ex-Ferguson, Mo., Officer Darren Wilson, a Black conservative sheriff David Clarke (pictured) has applauded the decision and slammed civil rights leaders in a Fox News interview, according Mediaite. RELATED: Report: No Federal Charges To […]
After Sony’s embarrassing email hacking scandal laid bare Hollywood’s deep-seated race problems, civil rights leaders have formed a diversity committee to address the issue, Deadline reports. SEE ALSO: Top 10 Tweets from the Brothersphere—New for 2015 The group has met three times to develop a set of recommendations it plans to present to Sony Pictures Entertainment […]
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