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Civil right is "an unfinished project."
He agrees with Al Sharpton.
He's upset that feds didn't prosecute George Zimmerman.
James O'Keefe strikes again.
Black media group wants to shake down Al Sharpton.
Al Sharpton's never-ending career as a tax-cheat.
$4.9 million in corporate sponsorships isn't enough.
Black sheriff says what no white sheriff dares say.
Question was to be: Is the United States "institutionally racist"?
He calls the Oscar nominations "appallingly insulting."
He fed $33 million to "grassroots" movements.
The real story of Selma is another tale of black failure.
Controversy over AmRen essay reaches Britain.
How Obama's close adviser made his fortune.
Congressman: AmRen article is "the real discussion we should be having on race."
A real "dialogue" about race could get you fired.
Former DA blasts NYC mayor with both barrels.
Criminal reporting and rabid politicians fuel anti-white hysteria.
Police union says blood is on the mayor's hands.
He has not yet decided whether Amy Pascal should be fired.
She was tired of the racial double standard.
He will pressure Sony execs to push for more diversity.
Sharpton: "The only way you make roaches run, you got to cut the light on."
But he is still a media darling and friend of Obama and Holder.
Thousands marched; some carried coffins across Brooklyn Bridge.
He says state grand jury systems are broken.
Al Sharpton is on the scene.
Says "the fight is not over" and "justice will come to Ferguson."
Al Sharpton is at the White House to discuss.
Americans are losing patience with baloney in high places.
Sen. Paul thinks the GOP can get a third of the black vote in 2016.
Rioting is a "black entitlement."
Eric Holder has "devoted significant resources" to investigating Darren Wilson.
Tax delinquency has kept his organization afloat.
One organizer says, "There is no revolution without violence."
The president reveals his post-midterm priorities.
He is now virtually deputy mayor of New York.
Black aide of black city first lady used to be on Sharpton's staff.
Will another conservative book make a difference?
"I am also a black man."
When "diversity" is a priority, standards drop.
Al Sharpton is Obama's favorite black "leader."
Western societies require Westerners.
Pat Buchanan says Holder would be tossed out of a jury pool for his race rants.
In police shootings, white officers are "racist until proven innocent."
This is the first we have heard of this horrific crime.
"We are jobless men, and this is our job now--getting justice."
One man was shot after pulling a gun on an officer.
Black shoppers claimed discrimination.
And Eric Holder promises "a fulsome review" of the shooting incident.
Owes more than $800,000 to New York State.
Blacks and whites were divided then, divided now.
Holder wants to make sure you have black neighbors.
Changing demographics may bring an end to an era.
It's been 22 years since it first appeared.
He says the decision is a "devastating blow to the civil rights community."
She's now the president of "The Black Institute."
Ideology comes before common sense.
Three attackers charged, a fourth is in custody.
All in a day's work for a "civil rights" leader.
The firebrand host once had the gall to praise Jared Taylor.
Who did the most damage when he could have done the most good?
Anatomy of a racial frame-up.
Not in America.
For once, they’re right.
Employees guilty of "shop-and-frisk" can be disciplined or even fired.
Social media campaign will use the hashtag #sayNO2KO.
A few commentators are even noticing race.
Obama "dislikes the Congressional Black Caucus (CBC) as much as he despises the Tea Party movement."
Asians have no Jesse Jackson or Al Sharpton but seem to do very well.
Some black Chicago preachers think he should stay home in New York.
They say he neglects his own community.
Says "Sharpton was never really held accountable for what he did."