Civil rights leader the Rev. Jesse Jackson shares memories of his longtime friend Muhammad Ali at a news conference, Saturday in Chicago. Jackson called the boxer a “social transformer” who used his fame to attack injustice. Looking on is Keena Carson of the Rainbow PUSH Coalition, left, and Mark Allen of PUSH, right.
Civil rights leader the Rev. Jesse Jackson shares memories of his longtime friend Muhammad Ali at a news conference, Saturday in Chicago. Jackson called the boxer a “social transformer” who used his fame to attack injustice. Looking on is Keena Carson of the Rainbow PUSH Coalition, left, and Mark Allen of PUSH, right. Teresa Crawford AP
Civil rights leader the Rev. Jesse Jackson shares memories of his longtime friend Muhammad Ali at a news conference, Saturday in Chicago. Jackson called the boxer a “social transformer” who used his fame to attack injustice. Looking on is Keena Carson of the Rainbow PUSH Coalition, left, and Mark Allen of PUSH, right. Teresa Crawford AP

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