Ed Schultz, Al Sharpton co-host ‘The Black Agenda’

By Chris Ariens 

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Next Sunday, MSNBC’s Ed Schultz along with the Rev. Al Sharpton will host a two hour panel discussion called, “A Stronger America: The Black Agenda.”

The panel, which will air on MSNBC from Noon-2pmET, comes at the end of Sharpton’s annual National Action Network summit. The program will feature prominent African American leaders probing these questions: What is the Black Agenda? What can the African American community do to help itself? How does the Black agenda help to further the overall American agenda?

Leading up to Sunday’s event, MSNBC will air “The Black Agenda” segments across daytime programming this week.