Tag Archives: Rev. Al Sharpton

Stop & Frisk: The App

By Linda Tarrant-Reid We’ve all heard the stories or know someone, personally, who has been stopped by the po-po, without provocation.  I’m talking about living, walking, and driving while Black and male in America – the Brothers can be stopped, … Continue reading

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The Evolution of Rev. Al Sharpton

By Linda Tarrant-Reid Originally published in The Westchester County Press, October 20, 2011 I watched Al Sharpton on “The Wendy Williams Show” last week.  Reverend Al has really reinvented himself.  Gone are the long permed tresses inspired by his early … Continue reading

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