“There is no talent deficit, there is an opportunity deficit,” said Rev. Jesse L. Jackson, Sr., founder and president of the Rainbow PUSH Coalition.
San Francisco, CA (PRWEB)
February 08, 2017
What: University of San Francisco (USF) will host civil rights leader Jesse Jackson, Sr. for a community conversation as part of USF’s African American History Celebration. The event includes a one-on-one interview with Rev. Jackson and Dr. Clarence B. Jones Sr., a former speechwriter, attorney, and advisor to the late Martin Luther King Jr. and Diversity Scholar at USF, followed by an audience question and answer session.
Discussion topics include:
-What does African American History Month means to Rev. Jackson?
-How has Rev. Jackson shaped Black history?
-Rev. Jackson’s relationship with Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King
-Presidential run…How 1984 and 1988 set up 2008
-Rev. Jackson’s take on President Obama’s impact & legacy
-The 2016 Election – Trump, Clinton, Sanders
-The Trump Administration
-How Rev. Jackson has been leading the charge to bring diversity to Silicon Valley—from the security shack to the boardrooms of Apple, Intel, HP, etc.
-What’s Next for Rev. Jesse Jackson?