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|Jesse Jackson was Martin Luther King Jr.'s right-hand man during the Civil Rights Movement, and remains in the shadow of King's legacy some 34 years after his death.|
|When Muhammad Ali learned he had Parkinson's disease, Jesse Jackson was there to lend his support.|
|After two failed presidential races and 10 years in Washington, Jesse Jackson returned to the foundation of his original mission |
-- preaching change.
|Even when the prospects of change seem unrealistic, Jesse Jackson has extended his hand to help the cause.|