What Rev. Sharpton Wants From Obama The media has a monolithic view of black leaders, says Rev. Al Sharpton. He explains what he wants to see from the Democratic presidential candidate and why he thinks it's dangerous to presume that Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s dream has been achieved.
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What Rev. Sharpton Wants From Obama

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What Rev. Sharpton Wants From Obama

What Rev. Sharpton Wants From Obama

What Rev. Sharpton Wants From Obama

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The media has a monolithic view of black leaders, Rev. Al Sharpton tells Madeleine Brand. He explains what he wants to see from Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama and why he thinks it's dangerous to presume that Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s dream has been achieved.