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During his traditional Christmas day sermon at the Cook County Jail, Civil Rights Pioneer Rev. Jesse Jackson challenged inmates to help get weapons off of the streets.

During his traditional Christmas day sermon at the Cook County Jail, Civil Rights Pioneer Rev. Jesse Jackson challenged inmates to help get weapons off of the streets.

During his traditional Christmas day sermon at the Cook County Jail, Civil Rights Pioneer Rev. Jesse Jackson challenged inmates to help get weapons off of the streets.

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