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CHICAGO, IL – The Rainbow PUSH Coalition will honor its founder, the Rev. Jesse Louis Jackson, Sr., with  a 71st Birthday Star-Studded Celebration Broadcast on Saturday, October 6, 2012, 930 East 50th Street, Chicago.
 
Jackson will be honored by constituents from around the world during a birthday breakfast at 8 a.m. where his commitment to civil rights will be highlighted.
 
Immediately following at 9:30a.m., the Rainbow PUSH Coalition welcomes all to attend the star- studded Saturday morning broadcast featuring sitcom creators/stars Marlon and Shawn Wayans, of the comedic Wayans Family, special video tributes from the likes of legendary Stevie Wonderand many others, spirited remarks from television intellectual Judge Greg Mathis and clergy notable, Fr. Michael Pfleger and other surprise guests, an-awe-inspiring performance by renowned Jazz stylist Joan Collaso and emceed by NBC-5, former news anchor, Art Norman.
 
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