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An icon for civil rights activism spent time in Louisville over the weekend.

An icon for civil rights activism spent time in Louisville over the weekend. Reverend Jesse Jackson has served most of his career in politics and founded nonprofit organization Rainbow/PUSH, a coalition to promote social justice, civil rights and political activism. On Sunday, Rev. Jackson visited St. Stephen Church in Louisville to speak to local pastor Dr. Kevin W. Cosby, discussing root causes of social unrest. Hundreds of thousands of people throughout Louisville, Kentucky and across the nation have taken to the streets to protest racial injustice against the black community. Breonna Taylor’s death has hit home for many Louisville residents, as well as Reverend Jackson. ”When you kill, you should be arrested and charged,” Rev. Jackson said when we asked about Breonna Taylor’s case. The discussion between Reverend Jackson and Reverend Dr. Kevin Cosby called for justice across the nation, not just at home in Louisville Click here to learn more.

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