Jesse Jackson

Jesse Jackson is the founder of Rainbow/PUSH.

Women Set to Experience a Degree of Dred Scott

Myths and Lies About Poverty in America

America’s Greatest Athletes are Standing Up, Calling This Country to Change

The Democrats and the Agenda Test

Trump’s Disgraceful Assault on the Post Office

We Don’t Need Trump’s Thugs in Chicago

When John Lewis Left Us

A New Generation of Protest Holds Great Promise for America

Mandatory College Football Practices in Time of Pandemic are Nuts

College Football Amid a Pandemic is Not Worth the Risk to Young Men’s Lives

Too Many Black Kids in America are Born in Shackles

Police Reform Was Never Going to be Easy, But Now’s the Time

It’s Time for Bold Responses to a Stark Crisis

The Legacy of Brown v. Board of Education

Our Continuing Terror: the Murder of Ahmaud Arbery

Let Prisoners Go During COVID-19 Pandemic

Incarceration is Now a Potential Death Sentence

No, Mr. President, the Forever War in Afghanistan is Not Ending

The Important Word in “Democratic Socialism” is Democratic

Kerner Report Set Standard for What a Serious Presidential Candidate Should Champion

New Hope for One of America’s Poorest Communities

The Spirit of the Emancipation Proclamation is Under Attack Again

Remembering the Message of Christmas

Trump is Leading a “Revolution” to Destroy America

Trump’s War on the Poor

If Democrats Don’t go Bold With Social Reform Right Now, Then When?

The Right to Vote Should not Fall Victim to Partisan Battles

Risking Lives in Endless Wars is Morally Wrong and a Strategic Failure

A Long Overdue Debate on Medicare-for-All

Trump Isn’t the Only One Who Doesn’t Understand Lynching

Trump and the Politics of the 2020 Census

What I Learn While Having Lunch at Cook County Jail

To His Wealthy Donors, Trump is the Grifter

The Obstructionist Senate

Workers are Asking, Whose Side Are You On?

Can America Break Its Gun Addiction?

NFL’s Depression-Era Ban on Black Players Lingers On in the Owners Box

Violent White Supremacists Threaten Basic Civil Rights — and Our Lives

The Significance of the “1619 Project”

End Endless War and Bring Peace to Korea

The Threats Facing American Democracy

South Carolina Heads Down a Dead-End Street in Rejecting Medicaid Expansion

Equal Pay, Equal Pay, Equal Pay

Mobilizing the Poor People’s Campaign

We Can Free a Generation From Burden of College Loan Debt

Extremist Laws, Like Alabama’s, Will Hit Poor Women the Hardest

The Dream in Retreat: Brown vs. Board of Education, 65 Years Later

Voter Suppression, Not Russia, is the Gravest Threat to Elections in the US

Trump Plunges the US Deeper Into Forgotten Wars

Making Wall Street Pay for the Financial Crisis