Rev. Jesse Jackson listens as sophomore Aniya Askew, left, asks her question during a student assembly Tuesday at Homewood-Flossmoor High School. (Provided photo) It’s been more than a week since four Homewood-Flossmoor High School students posted a racist video on social media. Feeling hurt and angry about it is understandable, but students must work through their feelings so that healing can begin, Rev. Jesse Jackson told students at an assembly on Tuesday. “Hate blinds, anger paralyzes. They limit your ability to respond,” the civil rights . . .