A look back at the words of the Rev. Jesse Jackson, whose latest book has been decades in the making.
It is a moment seared in the memories of so many Americans: the day in 1968 they learned that Martin Luther King Jr. had been assassinated. The Rev. Jesse Jackson was there, and he shares his memories with Chicago Tonight.
The civil rights advocate announced Friday that he was diagnosed with the progressive degenerative disorder in 2015.
Mayoral candidate Jesús “Chuy” García is hoping that an influx of support from black leaders will put him ahead of opponent Mayor Rahm Emanuel in the April 7 runoff election for Chicago mayor.
Two titans of the Civil Rights Era – Rev. Jesse Jackson and Rev. Otis Moss Jr. – open up with personal stories of their relationship with Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
Rev. Jesse Jackson says he plans to protest during the upcoming NATO summit.