Posts tagged "rev jesse jackson sr"

FACEBOOK TO HIRE MORE BLACKS, LATINOS AND WOMEN AS A RESULT OF NEGOTIATIONS BY THE REVEREND JESSE JACKSON

FACEBOOK TO HIRE MORE BLACKS, LATINOS AND WOMEN AS A RESULT OF NEGOTIATIONS BY THE REVEREND JESSE JACKSON Rev. Jesse Jackson and Rainbow PUSH Coalition Statement on Facebook’s Decision to Release its Workforce Data June 25, 2014 Three weeks ago, Rainbow PUSH made a direct and public appeal for Silicon Valley technology companies to release... Read more »

REV. JESSE JACKSON, SR AND RAINBOW PUSH COALITION OFFICIALS TO HONOR NIGERIAN MOTHERS AND OTHER WOMEN FOR MOTHER’S DAY Highlights “BringBackOurGirls” campaign THIS SATURDAY MAY 10TH

  JOIN REV. JESSE JACKSON, SR AND RAINBOW PUSH COALITION OFFICIALS TO HONOR NIGERIAN MOTHERS AND OTHER WOMEN FOR MOTHER’S DAY Highlights “BringBackOurGirls” campaign THIS SATURDAY MAY 10TH  Doors open at 9:30 AM 10:00 AM Broadcast/Forum Dr. King’s Workshop at Rainbow/PUSH Coalition Main Auditorium 930 East 50th Street (50th & Drexel) AT RAINBOW/PUSH COALITION Can’t... Read more »

Legendary Lu Palmer Award to Mark Allen at Community Activist Awards Saturday February 8th

Legendary Lu Palmer Award to Mark Allen at Community Activist Awards Saturday February 8th The recipient of the legendary “Lu Palmer Award” at this years 7th Annual Community Activist Awards is veteran activist “Mark Allen” Chairman of National Black Wall Street Chicago. Come out and support him Saturday, February 8th @ At The PRINCE HALL... Read more »
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Rev. Jesse Jackson leads march honoring Hadiya Pendleton Saturday February 2nd at Rainbow/PUSH

  For Immediate Release Contact: Michael L. Peery Phone: 312-217-2260 Email: pressdepartment@rainbowpush.org REVEREND JESSE L. JACKSON, SR. AND RAINBOW PUSH COALITION DEDICATE SATURDAY MORNING BROADCAST TO MEMORY of Hadiya Pendleton, 15-YEAR-OLD DR. MARTIN LUTHER KING COLLEGE PREP HIGH SCHOOL HONOR STUDENT AND MAJORETTE GUNNED DOWN AFTER SCHOOL,LESS THAN A MILE AWAY FROM PRESIDENT‘S HOME Chicago,... Read more »

I Agree With Rev. Jesse Jackson's Challenge To The Illinois Delegation Not To Take The Illinois Vote For Granted

I want to applaud the Rev. Jesse Jackson, Sr who PBS News just reported that he reminded the Illinois delegation NOT to totally take Illinois for granted as a State that just because its Obama’s home state can not have a proper field operation to ensure that Obama wins and not embarrassed with any chance... Read more »

Minister Farrakhan Speaks Live Locally and Nationally Friday July 6th On Chicago's Legendary Black/Talk radio station WVON-AM 1690

    THE HONORABLE MINISTER LOUIS FARRAKHAN ADDRESS THE BLACK COMMUNITY IN CHICAGO AND ACROSS THE COUNTRY ON CHICAGO’S LEGENDARY BLACK TALK RADIO STATION WVON-AM 1690 (www.wvon.com) FRIDAY, JULY 6, 2012 WITH HOST CLIFF KELLEY STARTING  AT 4:00 PM (CST) “Hear Minister Louis Farrakhan speak with the spirit and example of Black Wall Street that... Read more »
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Rainbow/PUSH Coalition 41st Annual Conference Announcement

   People Get Ready For One Night Only Soul Legends Concert With Aretha Franklin & The Impressions For N’DIGO Scholarship Gala June 30th. Tickets start at just $45 for this annual event that Hermene Hartman and The N’DIGO Foundation puts on that raises much needed funds for students while also providing quality entertainment at affordable... Read more »

Veteran Activist Mark Allen, Rev. Michael Carter, Sr, National Black Wall Street USA Publicly Join NAACP, Dr. Boyce Watkins, Rev. Jesse Jackson, Rev. Al Sharpton and Others On National Campaign To Stop Sept 21st Georgia Execution of Troy Davis

On behalf of Rev. Michael Carter, National Chairman/President of National Black Wall Street-USA and our chapters and members across the United States, I am pleased to announce that The National Black Wall Street USA have joined The NAACP, Dr. Boyce Watkins, Rev Al Sharpton, Rev. Jesse Jackson Sr and the national civil rights organizations and... Read more »

Rev. Jackson celebrates 51st year in Civil Rights and 27th Year anniversary of his 1984 Democratic Convention address

The Rainbow PUSH Coalition will celebrate two anniversaries during this week’s Saturday Morning Forum: the 51st anniversary of Rev. Jackson’s first arrest in Greenville, South Carolina and the 27th anniversary of his 1984 Democratic National Convention address. On July 17, 1960, Rev. Jackson was arrested with seven other classmates after they attempted to integrate a... Read more »
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