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Cash Money' publishing new Al Sharpton book

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Rev. Al Sharpton, MSNBC host and civil rights activist, is publishing his first book in 10 years, according to a release.

"From the Central Park Five to gay & lesbian rights to the immigration debates, I have prided myself on taking the side of the rejected people,” Sharpton said in the release, “and so I decided to call this book The Rejected Stone, from a passage of scripture which refers to a stone which was rejected by builders that, in the end, became the chief cornerstone. In the end, that sums up my life’s journey and so many of my people."

The book will be published through a partnership with the publishing arm of Cash Money Records, the record label that released such hits as Juvenile's "Back That Azz Up" (1999) and B.G.'s "Bling Bling" (1999).

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