Jesse Jackson Speaks on Racial Tension in the U.S.
Reverend Jesse Jackson joined Jeff Thurn on Friday's edition of Overtime.
Jackson started his interview with Thurn by saying the Super Bowl should be played in the South because it's too cold.
Jackson on racial tension in the United States:
"This is the business of our cultural transformation and the irony that the South has benefited from the civil rights movement. Honda, Toyota, Hyundai wouldn't be in the South (in Nashville). Or the Tennessee Titans, they are in Nashville. Without the demonstrations in Nashville, you wouldn't have been able to have the new South rules. You wouldn't have George Bush or Bill Clinton come out of the South and go to White House except the walls came down. So, that's an appreciation for the American Dream, which an appreciation of one big tent, everybody in, nobody out."
To hear the rest of Jackson's interview, listen below: