It was a joy to be on Keep Hope Alive Radio Show with Rev. Jesse Jackson Sr., and with producer Santita Jackson. We discussed voting rights, racism and the role of religion during the elections.
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I was on the Keep Hope Alive Radio Show with Rev. Jackson this morning discussing Supreme Courts decision on Voting Rights. Below is a repost of Santita Jackson‘s facebook post. Santita Jackson is the producer of the Radio Show.
We are in the midst of the 42nd Annual Rainbow/PUSH International Conference. Some will ask if we need to still organize and march…Because we are living in the best and worst of times— Continue reading
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KEEP HOPE ALIVE! REV. JESSE JACKSON Radio Show
Sunday, May 12, 2013
This morning, I was a guest (along with Atty Barbara Arwine & Dr. Mariko Chang) on the Rev. Jesse Jackson’s “Keep Hope Alive” weekly radio show on every Sunday Morning from 8-10 EST. This morning’s show explored the real meaning of MOTHER’S DAY, as well as the Continue reading