Find out what happened on October 8 including famous birthdays like Jesse Jackson and R.L. Stine; famous deaths like John Hancock and Joan Hackett; and notable events like Martha Stewart beginning to serve her sentence for lying about stock sales.
Reaction to Jesse Jackson disparaging Obama
Reverend Jesse Jackson talks about how the Jackson family is dealing with Michael's death and raises questions about the circumstances that led to Michael's death.
Josh, Alicia and Reverend Jackson discuss what concerns the Reverend has entering the 2012 election.
Street Fight movie trailer - starring Cory Booker, Sharpe James, Al Sharpton, Jesse Jackson. Directed by Marshall Curry. Theatrical Release Date: 2/22/2006
Rating: Not Rated
Hugh Hefner: Playboy, Activist and Rebel takes an intimate look at the outspoken, flamboyant founder of the Playboy empire.
When Hefner launched Playboy magazine in 1953, he became a champion of the sexual revolution and, immediately, the forces of Church and State initiated a war against him that raged over the decades. Hefner is revealed both as a hedonistic playboy, but, more importantly, as the man who's been a groundbreaking advocate and catalyst for civil rights, the First Amendment, and human rights.
With humor and insight, the film captures Hefner's fierce battles with the government, the religious right, and militant feminists. Compelling interviews with a remarkable Who's Who of the decades, and rare footage, present a brilliant and entertaining snapshot of the life of an extraordinary man and the controversies that surrounded him.
Jesse Jackson saw the injustice of segregation and worked for Dr. Martin Luther King. Jackson fought for equal rights through his organizations, Operation PUSH and the Rainbow Coalition, and in 1984 and 1988, he ran for President.
Reverend Jesse Jackson joins HuffPost Live and discusses what August 28th means to the black community, given that several events that affected the community have fallen on this day.
Civil rights activist weighs in on controversy
Former Chicago Congressman Jesse Jackson Jr. has been transferred to a minimum-security prison camp in Alabama. Jackson's father, Rev. Jesse Jackson Sr., says a 'medical situation' is behind the transfer.
Jesse Jackson seems to have gone to the Ivy for one thing, for the cameras! Why? Because he ignores all our questions and talks his own agenda.
Jesse Jackson stops by Spelman College to talk about the history of racism and the importance of voting.
I'll go on the record and say I'd like to cut O'Reilly's nuts off.
Memphis Jones,on Jesse Jackson,1968,and Manhood.
How does Barack Obama really feel about Jesse Jackson's castration fixation? Barack fires back at Jesse without mincing words. No more Mr. Nice Senator!
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