Reverend Jesse Jackson weighs in on Bk housing crisis

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If one issue comes to define the arena of economic populism in the first decade of the 21st century, that issue may well be the epidemic of foreclosures afflicting middle and working class Americans who watch as government bailouts and subsidies seem to go to the country’s richest corporations and residents.

The subject was front and center as the Reverend Jesse Jackson visited Brooklyn to give the keynote speech at a mortgage lenders and homeowners forum sponsored by the Rainbow PUSH Coalition.

Jackson spoke to the group gathered at the Hanson Place Central United Methodist Church, 144 St. Felix Street

Updated 11:48 am, January 16, 2019
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