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Rev. Al Sharpton on Democracy and Black America

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In the latest edition of On the Record, White House Correspondent Ebony McMorris speaks with Rev. Al Sharpton about the recent meeting between President Biden and Civil Rights Leaders. The two also discuss the water crisis in Jackson, Miss., and the way forward for the democratic process in relation to Black America.

Watch episode 5 of On the Record with Ebony McMorris and Reverend Al Sharpton below, and don’t forget to subscribe to AURN’s YouTube channel so you don’t miss out on the next interview with Rev. Sharpton.


On the Record with Ebony McMorris and Reverend Al Sharpton is a bi-monthly interview series covering the latest in news from around America. As part of AURN’s On the Record platform, Ebony’s interviews with Rev. Sharpton feature one on one conversations offering in-depth and personal takes on stories affecting Black America.


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