The National Action Network is a not-for-profit, civil rights organization founded by the Reverend Al Sharpton in New York City, New York, in early 1991. In the spirit of the civil rights movement, the National Action Network attempts to address the social and economic injustice experienced by blacks in the United States. The National Action Network is headquartered in Harlem, New York, but currently has over forty active chapters nationwide.
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