Rev. Al Sharpton: The Fight Is Still On | Black America Web

Alabama came out and voted yesterday, specifically the Black residents. So many people have said that Black people wouldnt show up to vote like they did for Barack Obama, but they did.

We vote our interest and we came out in numbers that were over those in 08, explained Sharpton.

But he urgesus not to take a break.We forget wejust won a round, we have not won the fight. With the tax bill still happening and the coming 2018 year theres still work to be done.

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