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Seeking 'a seat at the table'

Challenged by his past, Sharpton makes changes, strides

By Susan Milligan
Globe Staff / January 13, 2004

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EFFINGHAM, S.C. -- He starts slowly and uncharacteristically softly, drawing in a wary audience with talk of Jesus, jobs, and the war in Iraq. And by the end of his sermon, like the practiced preacher and campaigner that he is, the Rev. Al Sharpton has much of the congregation on its feet, cheering his call for African-American empowerment and, the ... (Full Article: 954 Words)

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