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Jesse Jackson is well know as a Civil Rights Activist, he claims to be a Baptist minister and a man of God. Is this true according to the scriptures?
In these difficult days and times we often look to spiritual leaders for guidance and instruction in our lives. As Christians (followers of Christ) should these leaders speak from their mind, or from what is written based on the word of God? This show will examine things said by men and woman claiming to be Gods ministers to reveal whether or not they are speaking Gods word and doing his will. 1Pet 4: 11 If any man speak, let him speak as the oracles of God; if any man minister, let him do it as of the ability which God giveth: that God in all things may be glorified through JesusChrist, to whom be praise and dominion for ever and ever. Amen.We hope you tune in and listen to our show. We air programs on Blog Talk Radio at the following times: Sun 2:00pm, Tue 8:00pm, Wed 7:00pm, Fri 7:00pm & Sat 9:00am all eastern time.
Building Bridges:Jesse Jackson on Rebuilding America
For Wall Street Itâs Paradise, But For Main Street Itâs Hell: A Conversation With Rev. Jesse Jackson On Rebuilding Our Street With Rev. Jesse Jackson, Founder & Pres. RainbowPUSH Coalition
Building Bridges: Your Community and Labor Report, National Edition - Produced by Ken Nash and Mimi Rosenberg
AZ0768 Address to the protesters outside the Democratic National Convention, 1984 / Jesse Jackson
Reverend Jesse Jackson speaks to the demonstrators outside the Convention Center during the Democratic National Convention.
Pacifica Radio Archives
I use to be one of the one's that listened to and was influenced by the words of Al Sharpton, and Jesse Jackson. I even voted for Al Sharpton, and worked on his campaign during his presidential bid. These race baitors made me feel like all of my "black" problems were because of the "white man".
I say to you this day...they are NOT!
REV. JESSE JACKSON & THOMAS A. SAENZ - Civil Rights Leaders Speak out on Supreme Court Decisions on Voting Rights and Affirmative Action - Announce Strategies to Defend Civil Rights CIVIL RIGHTS LEADERS SPEAK OUT ON SUPREME COURT DECISIONS ON VOTING RIGHTS AND AFFIRMATIVE ACTION – ANNOUNCE STRATEGIES TO DEFEND CIVIL RIGHTS LOS ANGELES – Rev. Jackson stated: “This week’s Supreme Court decisions on affirmative action and the Voting Rights Act are ideologically inspired rulings designed to unravel the historic accomplishments of the civil rights movement. We are calling upon the President to convene Congressional leaders immediately to begin drafting the appropriate legislation to sustain the Voting Rights Act. The Court’s decision on affirmative action is out of touch with reality. Conservatives on the court want to distort the Constitution once more, and rule that affirmative action based on race is unconstitutional, even when it is undertaken to provide opportunity to those who were locked out.”
Join us Sunday, Feb. 24, 2013 at 2:30pm as Author / Theologian Richard Graves and Economist Stephen Tolbert as they discuss current afffairs this week: Jesse Jackson Jr., Gun Control and Crime in Urban America, call in at Listen in or call in at (347) 324-3412....
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 26TH, 2012 @9PM- TONIGHT we discuss controversary surrounding the disappointing timing of Jesse Jackson Jr.'s resignation from congress. Jackson, the son of civil rights leader Jesse Jackson Sr., has been undergoing months of treatment for bipolar disorder. In spite of being under investigation for possible ethics violations, he survived a strong challenge in the March Democratic primary. Jesse Jackson Jr. recently won the general election for his congressional seat after being absent due to fighting his illness. Call in and share your opinion on the subject by dialing 917.889.3926. It's TM HYMAN RADIO!
You need to know how to work a computer just to use your telephone these days. Ask any person over 60 with a smart phone. They have to call their smart child or grandchild to help them figure it out. Technology is rapidly changing the way we do business, and the world is without walls and boundaries. The only limitations are the limits of ones imagination. Today we talk to those who are opening the doors of science, technology, engineering, arts and math (STEAM) in order to help students go full steam ahead toward careers that empower them and launch them into the international business arena. In our first hour we'll hear from Rev. Janette Wilson, National Director of PUSH Excel and Senior Advisor to Rev. Jesse Jackson. Later on, we'll be joined again by the rising inspirational music artist Jermaine Cherry, known as Kingdom, and we'll explore how technology gives musical artists an opportunity to create big band sounds behind vocals, and record and distribute music as independent artists, and develop their own production companies.
The man America once voted “the most important black leader” in an Associated Press poll gives stimulus-happy Uncle Sam a piece of his mind. “I was in Malaysia a month ago. And I went to the BMW plant, where workers—at max, $6,000 a year—are making BMWs that sell for $60,000. Massive profits,” he tells BlogTalkRadio. “Well, would you make a car in Detroit or make a car in Malaysia? I went to a place called Free Shell. They make computers and microchips. Workers there make $2,500 a year. So unless there's some plan to deal with balancing trade, we can't survive as a manufacturer.”
Their have been many scholars Discusing the Problem in the Poorest Communities including Mr Al Sharpton, Rev Jesse Jackson, Ms Lioa Morris, Mr John L. Brown and many others...The talk show brings more...We are bringing people on the front line to discuss and offer solutions to the problems..The talk show gives the opputunity to those will never get a chance to get heard. Join us on Sunday with our special guess Mr Alton Thomas..3pm PST, 5pm CST, 6pm EST...Call in # 607-203-5336
Host Cyrus Webb welcomes recording artist Toine Jackson to #ConversationsLIVE to discuss his love of music and what it's been like to work with Overall99 Ent and share his music with the world.