Jesse's journey to Japan

July 1996
Jet;07/29/96, Vol. 90 Issue 11, p9
Reports on Reverend Jesse Jackson's six-day visit to Japan to meet with executives of the parent company of Mitsubishi Motor Manufacturing of America Inc. Jesse's promise to continue protest against Mitsubishi auto dealership over alleged widespread sexual harassment at its subsidiary plant in Normal, Illinois.


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