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WASHINGTON, D.C. – Congressional Black Caucus (CBC) Chairman G. K. Butterfield (NC-01) released the following statement on the passing of Mrs. Helen Burns Jackson:

“The members of the Congressional Black Caucus are saddened by the passing of Mrs. Helen Burns Jackson, the mother of Reverend Jesse Louis Jackson.  Mrs. Helen Jackson was a kind and compassionate woman who stood beside her family as they championed equality and justice for all Americans.  We offer our heartfelt sympathies and prayers to the Jackson and Burns families during this time of bereavement.”

Mrs. Jackson was 92 years old.

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