It’s been 20 years since the Million Man March–a ground-breaking black community unifying event that took place in Washington D.C. To commemorate the march that drew over a million men to the nation’s capitol and build on it to address the issues of now, a rally will be held Saturday. The rally and movement is called “Justice or Else!” and has been organized and led by Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan. Buses from Indianapolis leave on Friday to take Hoosiers to the event where attendees will do more than recommit themselves to progress for family and community. At this 20th anniversary, the mission is to seek equal justice under the law, applied equally regardless of a person’s creed, class or color . Various speakers are scheduled to speak including Minister Farrakhan who recently tweeted this message:
The main 10/10/15 “Justice or Else!” program will start on the National Mall at 10 a.m. Eastern. Check it out the action LIVE HERE.
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