Rev. Al Sharpton talks about the meaning of Christmas, why we should continue to fight for racial equality and giving back.
“It’s about family. It’s about tradition. On Christmas Day, we’re spending the day at the house of justice, feeding the homeless. Being family to those that may not have a family. We cannot debate about the meaning of Christmas. Don’t let them take the Christ out of Christmas. And in that we ought to be dealing with the inequality. Let us be committed to that as we gather with our family and friends,” Sharpton said.