Videos

Rev. Sharpton Receives the Essence Icon Award

President Obama Keynotes the 16th Annual National Convention

BEING: Rev. Al Sharpton (Video)

Tanning of America

A Day Spent with Reverend Al Sharpton in Chicago

Preview Videos from Oprah’s Next Chapter w/ Rev. Al Sharpton

Rev. Sharpton Discusses “The Rejected Stone” On The Today Show (10/8/13)

Rev. Al Sharpton on Real Time with Bill Maher 10/25

Rev. Sharpton Talks Rejected Stone on Wendy Williams

Rev. Sharpton on the Steve Harvey Show (10/10/13)

Advancing the Dream

National Action To Realize The Dream March Videos

A Day in the Life of Al Sharpton (NPR Profile)

NAN Through the Years (Video)

Rev. Al Sharpton: Still Fighting

Rev. Sharpton: Selma to Montgomery 2012

60 Minutes Profile: Al Sharpton the refined agitator

NewsOne Covers the 2011 NAN Convention

MSNBC Profile on NAN & 20th Anniversary National Convention

Newsone Profile on NAN & 20th Anniversary National Convention

Archive

Video: Aretha Franklin honored at awards show

February 24, 2014

Feb. 24: Rev. Sharpton reflects on presenting legendary singer Aretha Franklin with an award at the BET Honors.  (msnbc.com)Rev. Sharpton reflects on presenting legendary singer Aretha Franklin with an award at the BET Honors. (PoliticsNation)

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Video: No ‘n-word’ in the NFL?

February 24, 2014

Feb. 24: As the NFL reportedly weighs leveling penalties against use of the "n-word," Rev. Sharpton explains why all these derogatory words should be unacceptable. (msnbc.com)As the NFL reportedly weighs leveling penalties against use of the “n-word,” Rev. Sharpton explains why all these derogatory words should be unacceptable. (PoliticsNation)

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Video: The push for a minimum wage hike

February 21, 2014

Feb. 21: What will it take to convince Republicans to support the minimum wage hike that Pres. Obama wants, Democrats want, and the American people want? (msnbc.com)What will it take to convince Republicans to support the minimum wage hike that Pres. Obama wants, Democrats want, and the American people want? (PoliticsNation)

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Video: The impact of politics on late night comedy

February 21, 2014

Feb. 21: As Michelle Obama joins Jimmy Fallon on the Tonight Show, Rev. Sharpton explores the evolving relationship between politics and late night comedy. (msnbc.com)As Michelle Obama joins Jimmy Fallon on the Tonight Show, Rev. Sharpton explores the evolving relationship between politics and late night comedy. (PoliticsNation)

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Video: ‘One of the worst apologies’

February 21, 2014

Feb. 21: Rev. Sharpton weighs in on Ted Nugent’s begrudging apology to Pres. Obama for calling him a “subhuman mongrel.”  (msnbc.com)Rev. Sharpton weighs in on Ted Nugent’s begrudging apology to Pres. Obama for calling him a “subhuman mongrel.” (PoliticsNation)

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Video: ‘We want a retrial as soon as possible’

February 21, 2014

Feb. 21: Jordan Davis’ father, Ron Davis, and family lawyer John Phillips join Rev. Sharpton to discuss the so-called “loud music” murder trial. (msnbc.com)Jordan Davis’ father, Ron Davis, and family lawyer John Phillips join Rev. Sharpton to discuss the so-called “loud music” murder trial. (PoliticsNation)

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Video: ‘We need to rewrite stand your ground’

February 21, 2014

Feb. 21: Ron Davis explains why he wants to see Stand Your Ground laws changed in Florida, as he and John Phillips continue their discussion with Rev. Al Sharpton. (msnbc.com)Ron Davis explains why he wants to see Stand Your Ground laws changed in Florida, as he and John Phillips continue their discussion with Rev. Al Sharpton. (PoliticsNation)

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Video: New details on Michael Dunn retrial

February 20, 2014

Feb. 20: As the State Attorney’s office reveals their plans to retry Michael Dunn for first degree murder in the “loud music” murder trial, Rev. Sharpton and his legal panel review what went right, what went wrong, and what they could do next time. (msnbc.com)As the State Attorney’s office reveals their plans to retry Michael Dunn for first degree murder in the “loud music” murder trial, Rev. Sharpton and his legal panel review what went right, what went wrong, and what they could do next time. (PoliticsNation)

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