DETROIT (WXYZ) - The Rev. Jesse Jackson will join Detroit Mayor Dave Bing and other local leaders to drum up support for the "Rebuild America March for Jobs, Justice & Peace."
Mayor Bing will throw his support behind the reverend today when he holds a press conference to talk about the Aug. 28 event in Detroit.
Rev. Jackson discussed his campaign and upcoming march on Action News This Morning.
The campaign calls on our national leaders to rebuild america by focusing on jobs, justice and peace.
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