Jesse Jackson was with Martin Luther King in Selma, Alabama, on one of the early civil rights marches to the state’s capital, Montgomery, in 1965. He was with King on the day of the “I have a dream” speech, on the day of the “I have been to the mountaintop” speech, and the day after, when King was murdered in Memphis, Tennessee.
He had a fractured relationship with some people...
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