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 Young demonstrators carry "Justice for Tamir Rice" flag during Washington, DC march.

Images from the "Justice for All March"

12/22/14 06:47PM

On Saturday, December 13th, nearly 25,000 demonstrators marched down Pennsylvania Avenue in Washington, DC for the “Justice for All March” led by Rev. Al Sharpton. The march was an organized protest against aggressive policing in minority communities and the recent grand jury decision not to indict officers in Ferguson, MO, and New York City. read more

NYT op-ed calls for Cheney prosecution

NYT op-ed calls for Cheney prosecution

12/22/14 06:46PM

The New York Times editorial board has asked President Obama to prosecute former Vice President Dick Cheney for his role in controversial CIA interrogation tactics. Rev. Sharpton and panel discuss. watch

Inside the GOP's burgeoning 'civil war'

Inside the GOP's burgeoning 'civil war'

12/22/14 06:30PM

Two possible 2016 GOP contenders have been snapping at each other lately: Sen. Rand Paul and Sen. Marco Rubio have gotten into a war of words over President Obama’s foreign policy with Cuba. Joan Walsh and E.J. Dionne join Rev. Sharpton to weigh in. watch

Inside the mind of Ismaaiyl Brinsley

Inside the mind of Ismaaiyl Brinsley

12/22/14 06:13PM

Rev. Sharpton talks to Cedric Alexander and former New York Governor David Paterson about the life of Ismaaiyl Brinsley and what motivated him to ambush two New York City officers in cold blood. watch

The Garner family condemns NYPD attack

The Garner family condemns NYPD attack

12/22/14 06:00PM

Rev. Sharpton talks to Eric Garner’s mother and widow about the recent attacks against two NYPD officers. They strongly condemn the actions of Ismaaiyl Brinsley and explain what needs to happen to begin the healing process between law enforcement and prot watch

Momentum Continues to Grow — but are we on the cusp of change?

12/19/14 08:13PM

Momentum Continues to Grow —but are we on the Cusp of Change?By Yvonne Juris for PolticsNation Angela and Jamar sat down for a quick breakfast in Ollie’s Trolly, a large café decorated with iconic ornaments reminiscent of the 1950’s.  They had come from Patterson, New Jersey to participate in revered Al Sharpton’s “Justice for All” march in Washington, D.C. “We had to come here and make a statement,” Angela said. Demonstrators marched by the thousands on December 13th in major cities including Oakland, Boston, New York and St. Louis to protest police misconduct and the recent grand jury decision not to indict police officers in New York City and Ferguson, MO.On an unseasonably mild day in Washington, D.C., protestors gathered on Pennsylvania Ave. and 13th street at 10:30 a.m., carrying a variety of signs including the ACLU “Black Lives Matter” poster and shouting chants that have come to be associated with the national protest against aggressive policing.“Hands up, don’t shoot,” shouted Joseph Kent, college student at Morgan State University in Baltimore, Maryland, as crowds continued to arrive. read more

Pres. Obama’s plan of attack

Pres. Obama’s plan of attack

12/19/14 06:30PM

Today President Obama said he knows next year won’t be easy, but he also won’t let Republicans tear down his biggest achievements. Rev. Sharpton talks to Jason Johnson and Dana Milbank about what this means for his final two years in office. watch

Pres. Obama: ‘We are better off’

Pres. Obama: ‘We are better off’

12/19/14 06:16PM

President Obama made a full-throated case for his agenda and his achievements thus far on Friday. Rev. Sharpton talks to Rep. Jim McDermott about the president’s remarks and what it means for his relationship with Republicans going forward. watch

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