00:49 — The Reverend dismisses reports that he had Brown cut out of the BET awards. (6.30.09)
09:46 — "I hope now the genius and humanity of Michael Jackson gets its due," said Sharpton. (6.25.09)
01:53 — Al Sharpton talks about Michael Jackson's influence on the black community and his relationship with the Apollo theater.
10:43 — Rev. Al Sharpton is joined by Hallie Jackson, Ali Shihabi, Col. Jack Jacobs, and Jonathan Allen to discuss Trump's first trip abroad.
02:11 — Listen as Rev. Al Sharpton discusses his final thoughts and about the firing of Rev. Cornell Brooks this week.
07:15 — Join Rev. Al Sharpton as he talks with Mary Hooks and Bonita Lacy on their efforts to get Black Mothers out of jail for Mother's Day.
02:36 — For this weeks "Gotcha!" segment, Rev. Al Sharpton dives into a story about a white Michigan cop claims coworkers harassed him after a DNA test reveal (more…)
02:05 — When Al Sharpton didn't show up for an interview, Jon Stewart called upon Stephen to fill in for the Reverend.
07:20 — Join us to watch Rev. Al Sharpton discuss MSNBC's own Chris Hayes new book called "A Colony in a Nation".
06:31 — Rev. Al Sharpton sits down with Tegan Wendland and Sharlene Sinegal-Decuir to discuss the removal of Confederate monuments in Alabama and New Orleans.
06:30 — Rev. Al sits down with filmmaker and activist Spike Lee to discuss the first 100 days of Trump and Lee’s new movie titled “Rodney King”.
12:42 — Rev. Al Sharpton and his guests discuss how Attorney General Jeff Sessions is working to remove the policies that President Obama put into place, whic (more…)
10:32 — Rev. Al Sharpton sat down with Kristen Clarke and Raul A. Reyes to discuss the new reforms Attorney Sessions is putting into play.
11:50 — Rev. Al Sharpton sat down with musician and activist Harry Belafonte to reflect on the past 60 years of social justice in America
06:28 — Listen to the Reverend Al Sharpton give his thoughts on the current situation for civil rights in America.
04:15 — Rev. Al Sharpton shares his memories of Grammy award-winning singer Natalie Cole, who passed away Thursday night at the age of 65.