Pride & Prejudice

Discussing Black America with Gloria Jackson, Founder of The Booker T. Washington Inspirational Network

Gloria Jackson, the founder of the Booker T. Washington Inspirational Network, believes that most of the problems facing Blacks today have little to do with racism, slavery, or civil rights. And while this doesn't exactly endear her to the likes of Al Sharpton and Jesse Jackson, it does place her squarely in the camp of her great-grandfather, Booker T. Washington.

Just as Washington did, Jackson has devoted her life to the social and economic progress of Blacks, but also like Washington, she insists that the key to such progress can be found in Blacks themselves—in their collective commitment to morality, character development, and personal responsibility. Here she explains her...

This article originally appeared in Salvo, Issue #15, Winter 2010 Copyright © 2020 Salvo |


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