Al Sharpton Quote

Al Sharpton

"I wrestled with this, even over the last few days, as I sat and stood and walked in Louisiana, where I saw people ravaged, lives torn. I thought about the fact that we need a man that's strong enough to bring us through 9/11 but compassionate enough that if Katrina hits, will make sure that poor people are not the scapegoats of a natural disaster." Al Sharpton
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Birth: 1879-03-14 Death: 1955-04-18

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