the famous Reverend Jesse Jackson. He studied law and theology before serving as a National Rainbow Coalition field director. Jackson's work as a House representative included campaigning for the addition of a third airport in Chicago. He resigned in late November 2012, citing ongoing health issues
Early Political Activism
BLACK SOCIAL HISTORY
Resignation from Congress
Some media outlets speculated that Jackson had also received treatment for alcoholism.
Prison Sentenceit is my hope that I am remembered for the things that I did right."