On this date, in 1992, the Reverend Jesse Jackson began a two-day visit to the Lansing, Michigan area to speak about hunger, poverty, unemployment and homelessness in Michigan. His visit began at the Michigan State University Union, where he also talked about the importance of voting, and his memories of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. A video recording of the event has been preserved and is available in three parts: https://bit.ly/3FxHx5E (part 1), https://bit.ly/3nNqbMj (part 2), and https://bit.ly/3nqRKuo (part 3).