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Rev. Jesse Jackson Announces His Battle with Parkinson’s Disease

“It’s an opportunity for me to use my voice to help in finding a cure for the disease,” Jackson said in a statement.

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As Obama Departs, We Owe Him Our Thanks

It is worth being clear about the legacy that he leaves behind. Commentary by Rev. Jesse Jackson, Sr.

Rev. Jesse Jackson

Obama Steadied Our Nation in ‘Interesting Times’

By Jesse Jackson: Obama came to office facing harsh economic and political tempests. He will leave office handing the baton to a successor with the wind at her or his back.

Before Debate, Protesters Build 'Wall of taco trucks' Outside Trump Hotel

Before Debate, Protesters Build ‘Wall of taco trucks’ Outside Trump Hotel

"We all as Americans live under one big tent. Hillary represents that higher ground," Rev. Jesse Jackson said at what was called a "wall" of taco trucks.

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Rev. Jesse Jackson | 2016 DiversityInc Top 50 Special Guest

The Rev. Jesse Jackson, founder and president of the Rainbow PUSH Coalition, addresses attendees during the 2016 DiversityInc Top 50 Announcement Dinner.

Why Does Silicon Valley Continue Lacking Diversity?

"They want to do these things, but nobody is making the solid commitments."

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Rev. Jackson Leads Chicago Protesters Over City’s Yearlong Cover-Up

Chicago mayor, police and prosecutor did not charge officer who killed Black teen until video was to be released more than a year following incident.

Rev. Jesse Jackson on Silicon Valley diversity.

EXCLUSIVE: Rev. Jesse Jackson—Why Diversity In Silicon Valley Matters

Imagine if NBA scouts had never looked at Michael Jordan. In this exclusive, Rev. Jesse Jackson says Silicon Valley executives are making a big mistake by not including the entire talent pool.

Diversity & Inclusion Includes Gays & Lesbians: Is Black Church Getting the Message?

Diversity and inclusion cannot exclude anyone—especially LGBT people. Some prominent members of the Black church, led by the Rev. Jesse Jackson, are pushing for equality, but others still don’t get it.