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Rev. Jesse Jackson and Allies Call on Congress to Adopt the Rainbow PUSH Education Stimulus Plan

January 27, 2009

With college costs continuing to soar and more college graduates struggling to make their student loan payments, Rev. Jesse L. Jackson, Sr., president of the Rainbow PUSH Coalition, is urging lawmakers to extend the benefits of the federal bailout to these young people through adoption of the Rainbow PUSH Education Stimulus Plan.


Rev. Jesse Jackson and Panelists Reflect on the Historic Inauguration of President Barack Obama

January 23, 2009

"When Barack Obama was sworn in as the nation's first African-American president, many viewed that moment as the culmination of the modern civil rights movement," said Rev. Jesse L. Jackson on this week's Upfront with Jesse Jackson television program. "This has been a transcendent and intergenerational moment in American history."


PUSH for Excellence hosts 19th Annual Scholarship Breakfast

January 22, 2009

It is fitting that President Barack Obama assumed the nation's highest office one day after Dr. King's birthday was celebrated as a national holiday,” said Rev. Jesse L. Jackson Sr., founder and president of the Rainbow PUSH Coalition. “Many will view America’s first black president as the culmination of the modern Civil Rights Movement, a struggle most often identified with Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.”


Honoring Dr. King, Job Fair Will Offer Employment Opportunity to the Community

January 20, 2009

Commemorating the life and achievements of the great civil rights leader, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., and celebrating the historic election of President Barack Obama, the Rainbow PUSH Coalition will host a job fair from noon to 4 p.m. on Monday, Jan. 26, 2009, at the organization's headquarters, 930 E. 50th Street.


Rainbow PUSH Wall Street Project Economic Summit wraps up on a Hopeful yet Cautious Note

January 17, 2009

During the 12th annual Wall Street Project Economic Summit, hosted by the Rainbow PUSH Coalition, Rev. Jesse L. Jackson, Sr. emphasized that those receiving student loans should be entitled to the same 1% interest rate the Federal Reserve has made available to banks.