Jesse Jackson: Ask Me Anything

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Jesse Jackson, Baptist minister, civil rights leader, and founder of the Rainbow PUSH Coalition became involved in the civil rights movement as an undergraduate. In 1966, he joined the march in Selma, AL, lead by Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and the Southern Christian Leadership Conference. He has continued fighting for equality ever since.

Recently, Jackson has focused his attention on Silicon Valley, asking the industry leaders to take a hard look at their diversity stats.

Reverend Jackson joined us for an AMA last July to answer your questions on everything from diversity issues to PB&J preferences. Check it out.


12 thoughts on “Jesse Jackson: Ask Me Anything”

  1. Why in the world would any reputable service host Jesse Jackson? Reddit, I though you aspired to be a quality service. And Jesse Jackson is a corrupted, conniving, honorless, obnoxious, hate-spewing, despicable human trash.

  2. Mr. Jackson,
    You are an immoral, hate-filled race baiter that has figured out how to manipulate the political system for your own gain. You've personally set back race relations year after year and continue to do more harm than good. Extorting money from companies to line your pockets and threatening to bus in protestors and create a fake racial controversy if they don’t agree to pay you off is NOT civil rights activism. My question is simple; how is your relationship with the illegitimate child you fathered in 1998 while cheating on your wife? Bonus question: How much money have you extorted from various people and companies over the years of practicing your shakedown scheme? Do you think Al Capone would be jealous of your business model if he were still alive?

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