What's the news on this? He had Rev. Al come in and speak about this sometime last year. Is there any action on this development?
Where is Baltimore's "Harlem?"
Of course, the AA versions would not be able to carry the "Good Ole days" exhibits showing when labor was "free" since our participation was so one sided (boot side). But it might be an interesting visit non the less.
I'm disappointed, I thought he was coming here to bring attention to the poor chap that got pummeled on St. Patricks day
safe to say that in this point in 2012, Al Sharpton is far far more relevant to American whites than American Blacks in the USA
And we thought that stench in Howard County was coming from a combination of Back River and heat and high humidity Monday. That settles that.
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