Jackson Day

Jack′son Day`

January 8, a holiday commemorating Andrew Jackson's victory at the Battle of New Orleans in 1815: a legal holiday in Louisiana.
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Every year, the day is celebrated as Michael Jackson Day in honor of the legend. 
They were acknowledged by the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2002 in a proclamation naming him as Best Entertainment Manager of All Time; he was inducted into Rhythm & Blues Hall of Fame in 2014 and his son Michael acknowledged him with a Joe Jackson Day at Neverland."
The third panel focused on developments in the private sector and included FASB Technical Director Susan Cosper, Ernst & Young Partner Jackson Day, Microsoft Senior Director of Financial Accounting and Reporting Robert Laux, and Deloitte Partner Robert Uhl.
The mayor of Kansas City, Kans., even proclaimed March 16,2010, "Nathan Louis Jackson Day."
Campbell, CFA, a managing director with Liberty Mutual Group Asset Management Inc., and Jackson Day, the Americas director of accounting standards setting for Ernst & Young LLP.
Meanwhile, curators at Los Angeles museum The Autry Center also held a special Michael Jackson Day celebration, during which fans learned the hitmaker's signature dance moves.
THRILLER: St Christopher's School in Speke celebrate Michael Jackson day with pupils performing his hits.
Despite this, Michael forgave Joe and devoted an annual "Joseph Jackson Day" to him at the Neverland Ranch.
The Democratic Party has always maintained a certain proprietary interest in his image, commemorating him as its founder in "Jackson Day" dinners--traditionally held on January 8, the anniversary of his victory over the British at New Orleans in 1815.
Speaking to Democrats at the Jefferson Jackson Day dinner in Richmond, Virginia - which goes to the polls tomorrow - the Illinois senator said when he started his campaign he knew he "wouldn't necessarily be Washington's favourite candidate".
Jim Moran (D-Va.) told constituents at the Arlington County Democratic Committee's annual Jefferson Jackson Day dinner in June that in theory he opposes the fiscal irresponsibility of earmarks, the process whereby members can insert a line into a bill to provide funding for a special constituent in the home district.

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