Rev. Al Sharpton caught up with iconic hip-hop artist MC Lyte about the role of rap artists in society as the mouthpieces of the unheard, and their growing importance in this capacity during the time of Trump. watch
Bill O’Reilly had the highest-rated primetime cable company for many years in part by stoking the fires of white supremacy. Rev. Al Sharpton salutes the three brave women who stood up to him, levelling the karma many feels he deserves. watch
Rev. Al Sharpton and his guests discuss how Attorney General Jeff Sessions is working to remove the policies that President Obama put into place, which improved policing and other areas impacting social justice. watch
Sherrilyn Ifill, President and Director-Counsel of the NAACP Legal Defense Fund, joins Rev. Al Sharpton to discuss Attorney General Jeff Sessions working to undo police reforms developed under the Obama administration. watch
Ferguson will choose a mayor for the first time since the police shooting death of Mike Brown. Councilwoman Ella Jones tells Rev. Al Sharpton how she seeks to unite what she sees as a divided city. watch
In this week’s ‘I gotcha,’ Rev. Al Sharpton tells Bill O’Reilly that his racially insensitive name-calling has no place on the air, while celebrating the triumph of Rep. Maxine Waters, the target of his attacks. watch
In Dwayne Johnson's new HBO documentary "The Rock And A Hard Place," he participates in a military-style boot camp for incarcerated youth in Miami. Film co-directors Jon Alpert and Matthew O'Neill join Rev. Al Sharpton. watch
PoliticsNation is a Sunday morning news program hosted by Rev. Al Sharpton that features politicos to a-list entertainers, but also focuses on under-reported stories that need a national platform like education, voting, and criminal justice.