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By Eric Moskowitz
Globe Staff / August 29, 2009

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The Rev. Jesse Jackson was a student activist in North Carolina in the early 1960s when a radio broadcast of Senator Edward M. Kennedy stopped him in his tracks as he crossed campus. It was the first time he had heard a white man describe Jim Crow segregation as “morally wrong.’’ (Full article: 1013 words)

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