From April 14-17, the National Action Network's National Conference took place. Hosted by NAN founder Al Sharpton, the four-day conference featured prominent names from a variety of fields addressing issues that impact people of color with a priority on racial inequality. On Sunday April 18th from noon to 2 pm EST, MSNBC will air a live panel discussion on topics from the convention. Titled Debating the Black Agenda and hosted by Tamron Hall and Ed Schultz, the discussion will explore issues such as business, civil rights, education, and politics as they pertain to African Americans. If you catch the panel discussion, please feel free to share your thoughts in the comments section.
For more information on Debating the Black Agenda, please click here: