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Blog - Category: Press Release

Rev. Jesse Jackson seeks transparency in handling of the economic recovery plan

February 21, 2009

With the presidential signature finalizing the $787 billion economic recovery bill, Rev. Jesse L. Jackson Sr., founder and president of the Rainbow PUSH Coalition, talked about what is needed for the bill to be effective and successful at the Rainbow PUSH Saturday Morning Forum.


Rev. Jesse Jackson Says "Transparency is the New Rule of the Game" for Stimulus Funds

February 14, 2009

With the the $787 billion economic recovery bill awaiting the president’s signature, Rev. Jesse L. Jackson Sr., founder and president of the Rainbow PUSH Coalition, urged his audience at the international broadcast of the Rainbow PUSH Saturday Morning Forum to ask the question “Will the money get down to the needy?”


Rev. Jesse Jackson's Congressional Testimony on the Administration of TARP Funds

February 11, 2009

Rev. Jesse L. Jackson Sr., and the Rainbow PUSH Coalition call for Congress to ensure that “TARP and future economic stimulus programs” serve the “least of these,” including student loan borrowers, minority and women business owners and minority auto industry dealers and suppliers


Jonathan Jackson Says the NFL's "Rooney Rule" Should Be Applied to Wall Street Firms

February 7, 2009

While Congress prepares to launch yet another multi-billion dollar stimulus package in hopes of reviving the suffering economy, Jonathan Jackson, national spokesman for the Rainbow PUSH Coalition, keynoted the live, international broadcast of the Rainbow PUSH Coalition’s Saturday Morning Forum suggesting that US financial institutions take a lesson from the National Football League.


Huberman Appointment Challenged at Rainbow PUSH Saturday Morning Forum

January 31, 2009

"The man who managed busses and trains and the 911 emergency dispatch center is now in charge of managing our children," said Cook County Clerk of the Circuit Court Dorothy Brown referring to the appointment of Ron Huberman as the new CEO of Chicago Public Schools. "This is not personal but it is critical that Illinois has an educated workforce. Huberman is not qualified for this position."


Emergency Preparedness Discussed with Special Guest Lt. Gen. Russell Honore' on Upfront with Jesse Jackson

January 30, 2009

Lt. Gen. Russell Honore', U.S. Army (retired), who led the Army's respnse to Hurricanes Rita and Katrina, was the special guest this week on Upfront with Jesse Jackson. After dealing with the lack of preparedness for these disasters, Honore' said at his retirement that he wants to spend the rest of this life creating a "culture of preparedness" to prevent another post-disaster disaster. The program focused on what preparedness means and how to achieve it.