Civil rights icon Reverend Jesse Jackson is doing much better after fighting with Covid-1! If you remember, he and his wife Jacqueline Jackson caught the virus in August. Released in September, when Rev. Jackson was released two weeks ago after being in a rehabilitation facility, where he underwent therapy to treat his Parkinson’s disease.
According to the Chicago Sun-Times, Rev. Jackson held a rally to celebrate his th 30th birthday. He opened his mouth about his career and health, surrounded by priests and leaders from Chicago. During the celebration, the vaccinated Rev. Jackson said the vaccine saved his life. “I couldn’t walk or talk for three weeks,” he said. “I went to rehabilitation so I could learn to walk or talk again. You need to know that, God, the shots are important. ”
As he continued, he encouraged others in the black community to get vaccinated. “Registration. Vaccination. Education,” Rev. Jackson repeated. “We must be registered to vote and we must be vaccinated.” Rev. Jackson’s son, Jonathan Jackson, who was present, was influenced by his father’s influence on civil rights. Spoke and said that “his father’s work to fight for social justice continues today.”
During the event, Rever. Rev. We now have to set a different precedent, a different nature. ”
Political discussions did not stop there. He traveled to Memory Lane and reflected on his talks with the revolutionary Castro in 1984, which helped free 48 political prisoners. In addition, he spoke briefly about his meeting with the late Nelson Mandela in 1990 after his release from prison. It’s great to see that Rev. Jackson is in good health!
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