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King Al: How Sharpton Took the Throne

This book is about Al Sharpton
"King Al: How Sharpton Took the Throne" is a captivating exploration of Reverend Al Sharpton’s evolution from a controversial figure in the 1980s to a respected leader in racial justice and media. Published on October 12, 2021, this book delves into Sharpton’s complex journey, illustrating his resilience, adaptability, and unwavering commitment to the African American community. Author Ron Howell masterfully recounts Sharpton’s early days as a fiery youth preacher to his prominence as a political influencer and host of MSNBC’s PoliticsNation. Set against the backdrop of New York City’s political and racial tumult, the narrative not only captures Sharpton’s personal and professional battles but also reflects on the broader societal changes regarding race and media. With thoughtful analysis and rich historical context, this book is ideal for adult education groups seeking to understand the dynamics of racial justice through the lens of one of its most polarizing figures.
Published by Empire State Editions on October 12, 2021
178 pages
ISBN: 9780823298877
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