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Jesse Jackson in Occupied Atlanta Park

Immediately after taking this picture of Jesse Jackson in Woodruff/Troy Davis Park, Atlanta, the man turned around, walked towards me, extended his hand and asked, How’ve you been? Five decades of American history flashed into my mind. I answered, fine, fine, fine thank you. I was not quite prepared for this.

Jesse Jackson, Cain and Able (Obama)

Jesse Jackson, Cain and Able (Obama)

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This entry was posted on November 6, 2011 by in Movements for Change.

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