Jesse Jackson Sr. calls for moratorium on closure of minority-owned car dealerships

June 1997
Jet;06/09/97, Vol. 92 Issue 3, p38
Announces that Jesse Jackson Senior calls for a moratorium on closure of minority-owned car dealerships. Jackson as founder of and president of the Rainbow/PUSH Coalition; Excerpts from Jackson's speech during a conference with minority auto dealers from across the United States, including Winston Pittman, president of the National Association of Minority Automobile Dealers.


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