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Jesse Jackson '88 Democratic Convention Speech

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The most recent example of civil rights families’ fall from grace is that of Rev. Jesse Jackson, Sr.  The senior Jackson reached the height of his influence and power 25 years ago this summer, when he delivered his stirring “Keep Hope Alive” speech at the Democratic National Convention"Keep hope alive!"