DISCRIMINATION VS DISCERNMENT
Jesse Williams talks with THR about hope for April and Jackson in the wake of their friends' bitter custody battle. read more
It was the strangest experience I've ever had as a journalist. And that's saying something, considering I once: Accidentally ignited a national controversy involving the Rev. Jesse Jackson. Almost got beaten up by a NFL player in the locker room after his team lost a game. Show More Summary
Bernie Sanders (or Bernard, as he was referred to then) gave his first interview to C-SPAN nearly 30 years ago when he was still the mayor of Burlington, Vermont, mulling a potential run for Congress...
In 2009, a police officer for the city of Rockford shot and killed an unarmed man in a church basement. Children attending day care witnessed the incident. It drew national attention. The Rev. Jesse Jackson protested. Racial tensions flared. The officer, Oda Poole, was white. The unarmed man, Mark...
April Kepner (Sarah Drew) and Jackson Avery (Jesse Williams) may seem a long, long way from reconciliation, but the actress who plays the tough-as-nails Dr. Kepner says that she's holding out hope that the two will get back together...
President Lyndon Johnson once phoned Abba Eban and said, “I was sitting here a-scratchin’ o’ my a and thinkin’ ’bout Iz-rah-el.” Well, earlier tonight, I was thinking about Jesse Jackson. It would be hard to convey to young people what a big presence he was in our national life. Show More Summary
The previous few weeks of Grey's Anatomyhave primarily focused on April (Sarah Drew) and Jackson's (Jesse Williams) chances at a happy ending, but this week all of the couple's major 'ships played Russian Roulette with their futures. Many ended up wrecked on the shore, but a few managed to fortify... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Grey's Anatomy
CONSTRUCTIVE FEEDBACK UNIVERSITY: THE WHITE RIGHT WING ENEMY IS "ALWAYS WORTHY" FOR THE COLONIZED AMERICANIZED SO-CALLED NEGRO TO COMPROMISE HIMSELFTHE WAY YOU GET THE COLONIZED NEGRO TO BELIEVE ANYTHING IS TO SELL IT WITH A NEGATIVE INFERENCE TO WHAT THE WHITE RIGHT WING ENEMY THINKS. Show More Summary
April (Sarah Drew) and Jackson (Jesse Williams)'s first pregnancy was a traumatic experience on Grey's Anatomy, and by the looks of things, their second isn't going to be much better. At the start of Thursday's episode, we rewind a bit...Show More Summary
Medical drama series "Grey's Anatomy" is going to be intense and heavy on the drama when it returns on the small screen for its season 12 episode 15. As stated in a spoiler report by International Business Times, Jackson (Jesse Williams) will confront April (Sarah Drew) and the two will get into their most terrible fight yet.
The Rev. Jesse Jackson, famous for rhymes like "Down with dope, up with hope," might label it "Take from the greedy, give to the needy." I refer to a promising but half-cooked proposal floated by Mayor Rahm Emanuel that calls for charging developers more for the right to pack extra square footage...
Jesse Jackson: "Activities of civil rights organizations and activists" at stake.
Things we'll do if Melissa McCarthy doesn't show up in Netflix's "Gilmore Girls" revival: steal a yacht; destroy Jackson's produce crop; kiss Jess even though we're dating Dean; lock Sookie in a room with Paris, Kirk and Rune and commit...Show More Summary
I remember it rather vividly. I remember I was asked for a response, and my response was that Rodney King was the victim, but George Holliday, the white man who filmed the beating from his balcony, was the hero. Given the racial polarization...Show More Summary
Bernie Sanders has a 100 percent rating from the NAACP. He endorsed the presidential campaign of Jesse Jackson in both 1984 and 1988. He marched with Dr. Martin Luther King. He was a member of both the Congress on Racial Equality and the anti-racist Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee in the 1960s. Show More Summary
At the Capital Connections Conference on Thursday, the politician and civil rights activist said the tech industry has hit a turning point with diversity, but there's still work to be done.
[Warning: This article contains major spoilers about Thursday's episode of Grey's Anatomy. Read at your own risk!] Who saw that one coming? On Thursday's episode of Grey's Anatomy, Jackson (Jesse Williams) and April (Sarah Drew) finally...Show More Summary
Chiming in on the Apple-FBI encryption debate, Rev. Jesse Jackson on Thursday came out in opposition of the U.S. government's order demanding Apple create an iPhone encryption workaround, while praising CEO Tim Cook's fight for civil liberties.
ABC's hit medical drama TV series "Grey's Anatomy" season 12 returns this week with an all-new and exciting episode that will see further disagreements between Jackson Avery (Jesse Williams) and April Kepner (Sarah Drew) regarding how to handle their already failing relationship.