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International Black Reparations Summit Meets This Week

The Institute of the Black World 21st Century (IBW), a leading research, policy and advocacy group with offices in New York and Baltimore, is...

OP-ED: The Perils of a Poisonous Politics

By doubling down on his vile slur on President Obama’s love for his country, ex New York Mayor Rudi Giuliani created the media frenzy...

Civil Rights Veterans Jesse Jackson and Paul Cobb Attend “Selma” Screening

In the weeks following the release of the Oscar-nominated film “Selma,” Rev. Jesse Jackson along with Charley Moore, Mitch Kapor and Freada Kapor Klein...

OP-ED: Selma and Shelby: The Fight for Voting Rights

What time is it? It’s important to be clear. Is it mid-day and our labors still have hours to go? Or is it evening,...

OP-ED: Beyond the Bridge in Selma: The Suppression Never Ended

The stirring film “Selma” ends with Dr. King leading civil rights marchers across the bridge and to passage of the Voting Rights Act of...

Libby Schaaf Backs Jesse Jackson’s Drive to Bring Tech Jobs to...

Civil Rights veteran and Presidential Medal of Freedom recipient Rev. Jesse Jackson, Sr. was the guest speaker at the True Vine Ministries services, which...

Jesse Jackson’s Rainbow PUSH Wall Street Economic Project Summit Plans Global...

Jesse Jackson’s Rainbow PUSH recently held a Wall Street Project Economic Summit to bring together the power of Main Street, Wall Street and Silicon...

Jesse Jackson Visits Richmond to Discuss the Continuing Fight for Equality

Civil rights leader Rev. Jesse Jackson delivered a moving message to a packed audience this past Sunday at Bethlehem Missionary Baptist Church in Richmond. Rev....

Supporters of Man Killed in Milwaukee Police Shooting Rally In Chicago

Courtesy of Associated Press The Rev. Jesse Jackson last Saturday told relatives and supporters of a Milwaukee man killed by a city police officer...

OP-ED: Why We Should Keep On Marching

The protests began in Ferguson, exploding after the prosecutor announced that the policeman who killed Michael Brown would not be brought to trial. They...
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