As usual on Hot Button Monday, Al Sharpton was joined by Dr. Earl Ofari Hutchinson. They discussed many topics including domestic violence and the President’s foreign policy on dealing with Isis. The many cases of […]
On today’s show Sharpton attended the funeral of Michael Brown, the unarmed teen who was fatally shot by a police officer in Ferguson, Missouri. Thousands attended the very emotional service at Friendly Temple Missionary Baptist […]
The reality of the continued protesting & uproar nationally coming from a St. Louis suburb, Ferguson, is that there are still so many unanswered questions. Questions surrounding who the officer was that ultimately shot and […]
On today’s Hot Button Monday, Reverend Al Sharpton discussed police brutality along with his guest, Dr. Ofari Hutchinson. On August 9th, 17-year old Michael Brown was shot multiple times by a police officer in St. […]
This past weekend, one news story broke that is the forefront of America’s mind, especially in the urban community, another African-American unarmed youth found shot & killed. An 18 year old, college bound, Michael “Mike” Brown […]
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OFFENSE WR Roddy White – Caught three passes for 28 yards vs. New England (9/29). Has caught at least one pass in 104 straight games breaking WR Alfred Jenkins franchise record for the longest streak in […]
The Falcons won the game on Sunday and improved to 1-1 but it definitely came at a cost. DE Kroy Biermann was lost for the year with a torn Achilles tendon and FB Bradie Ewing […]
ST. LOUIS (AP) — Adam Wainwright earned his NL-leading 15th win with his fifth complete game and had a key sacrifice fly to lead the St. Louis Cardinals to a 3-1 victory over the Atlanta […]