Sharpton To Recruit Black Church Leaders To Provide Sanctuary For Syrian Refugees

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Rev. Sharpton

New initiative to deal with the Syrian refugee crisis

At the National Action Network's (NAN's) Saturday Action Rally, Rev. Al Sharpton will Announce that NAN is Convening a National Summit of Black Ministers to discuss the Recruitment of Black Churches as Sanctuaries for Syrian Refugees and to Recruit Congregation Members to provide Homes to Those Seeking Asylum.

Rev. Sharpton will also condemn a lack of mercy, compassion and the perpetuation of Islamophobia by certain leaders

WHO: Rev. Al Sharpton, President and founder of National Action Network (NAN).

WHAT: NAN weekly rally and radio broadcast featuring a special announcement on new initiative to deal with the Syrian refugee crisis.

WHERE: NAN House of Justice, 106 West 145th Street @ Malcolm X Blvd, New York, NY.

WHEN: SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 2015.

9:3O a.m.

Watch the livestream at www.nationalactionnetwork.net or listen live on WLIB 1190 AM

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