Jesse Jackson

Presidential elections are usually the period where voter turnout is massive, where Black issues become major talking points during debates, the thought that the “Black Vote” can swing any election grows from a whisper to a massive call for attention and then some.  When it comes to running for President, however, it’s less a novel […]

Rev. Jesse Jackson Had some very insightful things to say about the up-and-coming election, how the civil rights movement directly correlates with what is going on with Stacey Abrams, and gives one of his famous quotable’s live with Reec Swiney on Hot 107.9!

Rev. Jesse Jackson stopped through Studio One ATL to discuss the 2018 Elections, the state of politics, and why every black person in Georgia needs to exercise the right to vote. The Latest Music, Celebrities and Interviews: Sign Up For Our Newsletter! Check out the interview here…

Jesse Jackson outside sunrise hospital pic.twitter.com/VBFQdewDhG — Bill Oram (@billoram) October 14, 2015 We’re all still hoping to gain some insight into the current condition of Lamar Odom. After the former NBA star was found unresponsive at a Nevada brothel, friends and family have rushed to his bedside, including Reverend Jesse Jackson. After departing from the Sunrise Hospital in […]

Between Don Lemon’s irrelevant observation that described the faint scent of marijuana in the Ferguson air during last night’s protests and asking a rape victim…

Rev. Jesse Jackson has lived an extraordinary life. Through his civil service, he’s met some of the world’s biggest leaders including Martin Luther King and…

Epic Records is attempting to take down a remix to Future’s “Karate Chop” that features a vulgar Lil Wayne lyric that many people found offensive, most notably the family of slain Civil Rights icon Emmett Till. In the song, Weezy raps, “I pop a lot of pain pills / beat that p*ssy up like Emmett […]

President Obama on Thursday urged Shirley Sherrod, the black Georgia Agriculture Department official whose firing and subsequent offer of rehiring this week renewed a conversation about politics and race, to continue "her hard work on behalf of those in need."