Rev. Jesse Jackson Sees Brighter Future Rev. Jackson wept openly when he listened to the president-elect give his victory speech in Chicago's Grant Park. He shares his thoughts about what effect will the election of a black president have on the nation's racial divisions.
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Rev. Jesse Jackson Sees Brighter Future

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Rev. Jesse Jackson Sees Brighter Future

Rev. Jesse Jackson Sees Brighter Future

Rev. Jesse Jackson Sees Brighter Future

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The Rev. Jesse Jackson wept openly when he listened to the president-elect give his victory speech in Chicago's Grant Park. Host Liane Hansen talks with Rev. Jackson about what effect will the election of a black president have on the nation's racial divisions.