Jesse Jackson announces plans to open New York office to monitor Wall Street

February 1997
Jet;2/10/97, Vol. 91 Issue 12, p61
Reports on Rev. Jesse Jackson's plans to monitor the treatment of minorities by the largest corporations in the United States. The announcement of his intention to open an office on Wall Street, to be run by the Rainbow/PUSH Coalition; Goals of the office; Financial guru Donald Trump's donation of office space for the effort.


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