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S. general, two United States representatives, and the Reverend Al Sharpton. In some instances, Sharpton took the race very seriously, although from the beginning he never had a real chance to win. He published a second autobiography, Al on America, coauthored with Karen Hunter. Although this book came out in 2002, it was obviously completed with an eye toward national office. The book included Sharpton’s views on the Middle East, Cuba, Africa, and Vieques. He stated his support for gay marriage emphatically, saying it was an insult to be 51 52 AL SHARPTON On July 28, 2004, Al Sharpton spoke at the 2004 Democratic National Convention in Boston, Massachusetts.

You know, I didn’t judge Al Sharpton’s fitness to be in radio when he wanted to earn an honest living, for once, given his well-documented past, [as] the author of the Tawana Brawley hoax. I believe in freedom, second chances, and I also don’t discriminate. ” Sharpton has also had run-ins with journalists about the Brawley case. In 2007, NBC’s political correspondent David Gregory had a famous confrontation with Sharpton when Gregory was guest the MSNBC show Hardball. Sharpton was on the show to talk about Don Imus, the radio talk show host who was then in trouble for criticizing the Rutgers University women’s basketball team in a derogatory way.

The difference was that it was on television and everybody could see me do it. And that was what was amazing to me about the media and how I was covered: nobody bothered to look up who I was The History of the Civil Rights Movement In 1954, the United States Supreme Court ruled that educating black children separately from whites was unconstitutional. The decision helped to spark the civil rights movement. In 1955, Rosa Parks became famous for refusing to move to the back of a bus in Montgomery, Alabama.

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