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    For the song, see Real Talk (Man Overboard album). Alfred Charles Sharpton Jr. [2] (born October 3, 1954) is an American civil rights and social justice activist, Baptist minister, radio talk show host, and TV personality, who is also the founder of the National Action Network civil rights organization.

  2. Ministro batista, ativista, radialista. Alfred Charles "Al" Sharpton, Jr. ( Nova York, 3 de outubro de 1954) é um ministro batista norte-americano, ativista dos direitos civis e radialista. [ 1][ 2] Em 2004, foi candidato à nomeação democrata para a eleição presidencial norte-americana.

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  3. 3 de fev. de 2024 · Al Sharpton (born October 3, 1954, Brooklyn, New York, U.S.) American civil rights activist, politician, and minister who founded the National Action Network (1991) and later hosted a political talk show on MSNBC. Sharpton began preaching at age four and became an ordained Pentecostal minister at age 10.

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  4. 4 de jun. de 2020 · Sharpton concorreu sem sucesso ao Senado de Nova York em 1992 e 1994, a prefeito de Nova York em 1997 e foi pré-candidato presidencial democrata em 2004. Ele não obteve votos para vencer, mas o suficiente para ser levado a sério por seus rivais. O presidente Donald Trump o descreveu como "um vigarista, um agitador".

    • Who Is Al Sharpton?
    • Early Life
    • Brawley Controversy
    • Running For Public Office
    • MSNBC and Radio Show
    • Activism Amid Criticism
    • Personal Life
    • Weight Loss

    Ordained in the Pentecostal church as a child, Al Sharpton is an outspoken and sometimes controversial political activist in the fight against racial prejudice and injustice. In 1971, he established the National Youth Movement. His many critics and supporters have watched him run for Senate, mayor of New York and as a candidate for president. His d...

    Sharpton was born Alfred Charles Sharpton Jr. on October 3, 1954, in Brooklyn, New York. Outspoken and sometimes controversial, Sharpton has become a leading figure in the fight against racial prejudice and injustice. He developed his commanding speaking style as a child. A frequent churchgoer, Sharpton became an ordained minister in the Pentecosta...

    The following year, Sharpton became embroiled in the Tawana Brawley case — a case that would haunt him for years. Brawley, an African American teenager, claimed that she was raped by a group of white men — some of whom were allegedly police officers. The case was later dismissed by a grand jury, which reportedly concluded that the teenager had made...

    Sharpton tried again to win public office in the 1990s. He had made one unsuccessful run for the New York State Assembly in 1978. But this time, Sharpton had his sights on the national political arena, trying for a seat in the U.S. Senate in 1992 and 1994. He also ran for mayor of New York in 1997. In 2004, Sharpton attracted national attention by ...

    A well-known public figure, Sharpton continues to share his views and to tackle today's issues through his television and radio programs. He has been the host of PoliticsNation since 2011 on MSNBC. He also has his own syndicated radio show, Keepin' It Real. Sharpton has continued to be involved in direct activist interventions, taking a lead role i...

    To this day, Sharpton remains a political and social activist, with many supporters and critics. He is known for his deft handling of the media, leading some to call him the master of the sound bite. Others are concerned that his flare for the dramatic overshadows the causes he represents or he uses the causes he champions to further his own agenda...

    Sharpton has two daughters, Dominique and Ashley, from his marriage to Kathy Jordan, with the couple having separated. As of reports surfacing in 2013, he has been seeing stylist Aisha McShaw.

    Once weighing in at 305 lbs., Sharpton is currently a slim 129 lbs. How did he lose all of that weight? Sharpton went through an over four-year weight loss journey, losing 176 lbs., up until October 2014. Claiming he shed the pounds surgery-free, he attributes his success to a strict discipline of eating less, eating healthy and exercising regularl...

  5. Learn about the life and work of Reverend Al Sharpton, a civil rights leader and founder of the National Action Network (NAN). He has been a tireless advocate for justice and equality, fighting for police reform, voting rights, education equality and more.