(WBJK) - Rev. Jesse Jackson visited Detroit for the National Association of Black Journalist convention to discuss the child separation policy and the impact of President Donald Trump's plan to impose tariffs on foreign-made cars.
Jackson also updated everyone on his trip to South Korea and his continuous mission to urge peace between the North, South, and United States.
About 2800 members of the journalistic community came from all over the world to NABJ this weekend. The convention wraps up Sunday.