On Friday, October 22nd, 2021, Seitu was at the Rev. Jesse Jackson celebrates the eightieth birthday with civil rights leader Rev. Al Sharpton celebrating his sixty-seventh birthday at the National Action Network (NAN) in Harlem.
The Emma L. Bowen Community Service Center today announced The Rev. Al Sharpton and Cynthia Bissett Germanotta will receive the distinguished Humanitarian Medal.
Photo by Seitu Oronde On May 24th, 2020, the National Action Network (NAN) began holding Sunday Supper at Sylvia’s, expanding meal distribution in partnership with CARE, and Sylvia’s Restaurant in Harlem.
On Monday, October 21, 2019, 6:30 pm at the Apollo Theatre, 253 W. 125th Street, Harlem, New York, Rev. Al. Sharpton and National Action Network will recognize a range of leaders influencing Black culture at the Triumph Awards.
South Bend, Ind., Mayor Pete Buttigieg (D) is set to meet with Rev. Al Sharpton in Harlem, New York, on Monday, April 29th, 2019, as Democratic presidential hopefuls continue to engage the civil rights activist.
Civil rights leaders from New York City and beyond gathered at Jazz at Lincoln Center Tuesday, October 9, 2018 night for the annual Triumph Awards.
NY Daily News reports that he wasn’t his first choice, but is looking forward to working with newly selected City Council Speaker Corey Johnson.
Face2face Africa’s 2017 Pan-African Weekend took place with Harlem’ Rev. Al Sharpton and others receiving awards in New York City July 13-16.
Award-winning Ghanaian-British actress Ama K. Abebrese (left) will be hosting the 2017 FACE List Awards in New York City on Saturday, July 15th, 2017.
Pan-African Media Company Face2Face Africa has officially announced the honorees for the 2017 FACE List Awards taking place on Saturday, July 15th, 2017 in New York City.
Activist minister Al Sharpton reportedly believes the legal marijuana industry has “disproportionately excluded” blacks “from business opportunities” — and is calling for more diversity.
The Rev. Al Sharpton excoriated President-elect Donald Trump’s selection of Alabama Sen. Jeff Sessions for U.S. Attorney General in a fiery speech at the Harlem Headquarters of his National Action Network—warning the incoming commander-in-chief and his Cabinet picks “better worry about me.”
At NAN’s Saturday Action Rally, Rev. Al Sharpton to Announce that NAN is Convening a National Summit of Black Ministers to discuss the Recruitment of Black Churches as Sanctuaries for Syrian Refugees and to Recruit Congregation Members to provide Homes to Those Seeking Asylum.
President and founder of Harlem-based National Action Network, Reverend Al Sharpton released the following statement on civil rights activist Amelia Boynton Robinson.
Janet Jackson, James Brown, Michael Jackson and Harlem’s Rev. Al Sharpton at the Apollo Theater in Harlem, 1980.s