The Rev. Al Sharpton argues at the Huffington Post that the controversial practice actually helps those who would do harm to America.
The Rev. Al Sharpton writes in a piece for the Huffington Post that it's up to each and every one of us to show more courage than the 46 political cowards in the U.S. Senate.
Blogging at the Huffington Post, the Rev. Al Sharpton offers trenchant advice to the GOP, which is looking to reach out to minorities: He urges members to diversify their platform, meaning getting on the right side of civil rights, progress and history.
Civil rights activist and MSNBC host the Rev. Al Sharpton writes at the Huffington Post that the last 12 months have shown that Americans still possess a revolutionary spirit.
Writing at the Huffington Post, the Rev. Al Sharpton says Michigan's recent move against unions should push those of us who care about the future of workers in this country to say that we have a fundamental right to fight back.
Writing at the Huffington Post, the Rev. Al Sharpton says that the majority of Americans -- blacks, whites, Latinos, gays, lesbians and seniors -- cannot (and shouldn't have to) pay the bill of the elite 2 percent by having "entitlement programs" eliminated or cut.
Writing at EURWeb, the Rev. Al Sharpton presents a call to action for the next four years of the Obama presidency.
Writing at the Huffington Post, the Rev. Al Sharpton says that when we re-elected an African-American president, we chose to move forward.
Huffington Post contributor, National Action Network leader and MSNBC Politics Nation host Al Sharpton writes that though the poverty rates in America haven't budged since 2011, this is not the time to stop supporting Obama.
A Pennsylvania judge has upheld a Republican-supported voter-ID law, and the Rev. Al Sharpton argues at the Huffington Post that we must take action against "the ones who are attempting to block us."