Check Out National Action Network's Action Alerts This Week!

Check Out National Action Network's Action Alerts This Week!

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Countdown to Commitment March

Momentum for the Commitment March on Friday, August 28, 2020 is gaining steam, with thousands of Americans already pledging to meet National Action Network in Washington, D.C. to call for police accountability reform on the heels of the 2020 presidential election. 

The Commitment March will take place on the 57th anniversary of the historic March on Washington, where Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. delivered his iconic "I Have a Dream" Speech. Announced by Reverend Sharpton during George Floyd's memorial, the day-long gathering is co-convened by the eldest son of Dr. King, Martin Luther King, III.

This intergenerational inclusive day of action will demonstrate our advocacy for comprehensive police accountability reform, the Census, and mobilizing voters for the November election. You can register to attend, find details about organizing a bus, secure lodging and sign up to become a volunteer by clicking here.






Black Lives Matter Mural Painted Outside Trump Tower

“New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio grabbed a roller Thursday to help paint "Black Lives Matter" in front of Trump Tower on Fifth Avenue,” reported ABC7. De Blasio was flanked by his wife, Chirlane McCray, and the Rev. Al Sharpton as they helped paint the racial justice rallying cry in giant yellow letters as activists chanted, "Whose streets? Our streets!"



Sharpton: It’s Time To Recommitment to the Strength of Black Women

Rev. Al Sharpton, civil rights activist and president of the National Action Network, was just a teenager when Ed Lewis, founder of ESSENCE, came to Operation Breadbasket to share his idea of building a magazine for Black women. Though just a young organizer at the time, Sharpton revealed at the ESSENCE Festival of Culture that he was intrigued by Lewis’s desire and commitment to uplift and showcase the ‘beauty, intellect and the depth of our women.’ Now, Sharpton says, it is time to recommit to that mission,” reported ESSENCE in a profile featured this week.

Rev. Al Sharpton honoring the mothers of Eric Garner, Muhammad Bah, and Sean Bell at the weekly Saturday action rally one Mother's Day holiday weekend.

Mothers of Movement on Mission to Fight Injustice

Watch as some of the Mothers of the Movement speak about the continuing fight for social justice.

Sharpton Interviews Comedian D.L Hughley about New Book

Reverend Al Sharpton interviewed comedian D.L. Hughley recently rabout his new book Surrender, White People. During the conversation, the two discussed a wide range of issues, including the importance of legislation and action in activism. Watch the discussion here.

Conversation Focuses on Racial Injustice

Reverend Al Sharpton engaged in a discussion about racial justice with Rabbi Marc Schneier, president of the Foundation for Ethnic Understanding. Their discussion was part of a series of civil rights leadership conversations that Rabbi Schneier initiated in order to examine the role of the Jewish Community in combating ongoing racial injustice and racial inequality. Watch the conversation here.

Join Youth Move Huddle

Youth Move is an initiative of the National Action Network founded by Ashley Sharpton. Our weekly "Huddle" gathers young dreamers of today who aspire to become leaders of tomorrow. Each week we focus on a different pressing topic, and review monthly goals. Young adults who want to contribute to their community and engage in meaningful discussions with tomorrow's leaders should attend. Parents, teachers and mentors are welcome as well. Due to the current COVID-19 pandemic, NAN's Youth Move Huddle is now being held virtually. You can join our livestream every Monday Night at 7 p.m. EST via our Zoom portal.

Become a Member of National Action Network

Membership is vital to the growth of an organization. It’s the members and supporters that keep our organization prospering so that we can reach the needs of the people we fight for every day. Whether it is attending a protest, rally, or demonstration, volunteering an hour of your time in one of our offices, or chairing your own committee, it is you that keeps NAN moving and developing, and we appreciate your interest and commitment in our fight to pursue justice. Join here.