May 23, 2011

The former street activist has tempered his style, become friends of the president and broadened his civil rights activism to include causes like immigration and same-sex marriage. Lesley Stahl reports.

This was a very interesting interview with Rev. Al. I think one of the most controversial parts of the interview was of course the part about Tawana Brawley. They still want Rev. Al to apologize about that case and he refuse to.

Rev. Al Speaks on James Brown and Michael Jackson

Rev. Al relays a touching story about how Michael Jackson went and visited James Brown's upon his death.

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