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Rev. Jesse Jackson releases statement regarding battle with Parkinson’s disease
November 17, 2017
“On July 17, 1960, I was arrested, along with seven other college students, for advocating for the right to use a public library in my hometown of Greenville, ... read more »
After Charlottesville, push for real reform
August 24, 2017
She died standing for what she believed in, and her sacrifice helps to redeem an America that is far better than the haters. ... read more »
Trump trains his sights on affirmative action
August 10, 2017
Since winning the election, however, Trump seems intent on proving over and over again just how much African-Americans and other minorities have to lose. ... read more »
Trump turns back on a future with Cuba
June 16, 2017
So why would Trump want to revive the failed policies of the past? The reasons range from the petty to the perverse. Trump’s hatred of Obama is apparent. From Obamacare to climate policy to Cuba, he seems intent on overturning whatever Obama did — no matter how great the cost to the American people. ... read more »
National Sports Beat (6/8-6/14/17)
June 8, 2017
Notes, quotes and things picked up on the run from end up coast-to-coast and all the stops in between and beyond. ... read more / view gallery »
Trump should form bipartisan coalition to get true reforms
March 29, 2017
  The decision of House Republicans to torpedo the American Health Care Act, their own leadership’s plan to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act, is a stunning defeat for President Trump and House Speaker Paul Ryan. ... read more »
Foreboding ‘Shelby’ ruling replaces hope of Selma
March 15, 2017
And now we have a tale of two cities once more. ... read more »
Rev. Jesse Jackson Spearheads Economic Summit for 20th Year 
February 1, 2017
Rev. Jesse Jackson continues to advocate for minority economic empowerment.  ... read more »
As Obama departs, we owe him our thanks 
January 18, 2017
The final days of the Obama presidency are upon us. His popularity is rising with the economy, and with the increasingly stark contrasts to his successor. It is worth being clear about the legacy that he leaves behind. ... read more »
Rev. Jackson Talks About Voter Suppression, Trump Victory and Moving Forward 
December 14, 2016
“We have to keep going,” said Reverend Jesse Jackson to all those anxious about the coming Donald Trump era in the United States. ... read more »
Trump’s Cabinet nominations are calculated insult 
November 30, 2016
President-elect Donald Trump protests that he isn’t really the racist, sexist, anti-immigrant Islamaphobe that his rhetorical excesses in the presidential campaign suggested he was. ... read more »
The right to vote in America has been fractured   
November 22, 2016
America’s election system is a disgrace, as the 2016 presidential election once more demonstrates. This isn’t sour grapes. ... read more »
If election is ‘rigged’, it isn’t against Trump
October 26, 2016
Donald Trump, falling behind in the polls, with his campaign imploding around him, now says the election is “rigged.” He refuses to say whether he will accept the verdict of the voters. ... read more »
Supplier Success Vice President Glenda Gill Presented with ‘Keep Hope Alive Award’ at Rainbow PUSH/CEF Global Automotive Summit
October 5, 2016
The award recognizes Ms. Gill for her career-long work of advocating for social and economic change, ... read more »
New museum is a stunning achievement
October 5, 2016
It reminds us that slavery ended barely more than 150 years ago, the span of two long lives ... read more »
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