ABOUT Jesse Jackson, Chicago Sun-Times
April 11, 2012
"Stand your ground" laws, racially skewed school discipline practices and the biased criminal-justice system make it clear that we need a strong U.S. Commission on Civil Rights, Jesse Jackson writes at the Chicago Sun-Times.
In his Chicago Sun-Times column, Jesse Jackson assails Michigan's GOP Gov. Rick Snyder for using Detroit's financial crisis to pursue a far-right agenda, including privatizing critical services and laying off public workers.
In his column at the Chicago Sun-Times, Jesse Jackson writes that as the economy heads toward recovery, the American dream has been redefined by wealth that is now concentrated among a few.
Jesse Jackson writes in his Chicago Sun-Times column that GOP candidates will pay tribute to Martin Luther King Jr. on his birthday, but they seem oblivious to his contribution to the creation of the New South.
In his column at the Chicago Sun-Times, Jesse Jackson reminds readers that the real story of Christmas is not about the holiday; it's about the holy day.
In his Chicago Sun-Times column, Jesse Jackson uses a personal anecdote to underscore the importance of taming skyrocketing health care costs.
The movement for change is building in America, writes Jesse Jackson in the Chicago Sun-Times.
The poor are virtually invisible in today's political debate, says Jesse Jackson in a column at the Chicago Sun-Times.
The Rev. Jesse Jackson, who writes a column for the Chicago Sun-Times, says that the MLK memorial is a tribute to a man whose work is not yet done.