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Finishing the Fight for Equality


In 1925, Ada Sharpton was born into a world in which she was unable to cast a vote, sit at the front of a bus or attend the school of her choice. Upon her death, her son Al received a condolence note from the first African-American President of the United States. In an urgent and pragmatic talk, Reverend Sharpton reflects on the tremendous progress of civil rights and universal equality in this country, but he also issues a powerful reminder: Our work toward an equal society is far from over.


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