Justice or Else
By Sheilah Belle TBR — Washington, D.C. – On Saturday morning, Washington, D.C. became the host for one of the largest gatherings of Blacks in…
When I left the mall that day, I knew these stories had to be told in order to be understood. I also realized that the March was just as much for healing as it was for justice. People needed to heal from their wounds of injustice and who better to do that with than thousands of people who feel what you feel.
Min. Farrakhan called for a boycott of holiday shopping and for 10,000 Black men to intercede in the Black community at the 20th commemoration of the Million Man March.
S/O to @cspan for being the only Major News outlet to Broadcast the #MillionManMarch #MMM15 pic.twitter.com/U9JUDOJXDz — T. Green #tdz1300 (@tdz1300) October 10, 2015 It’s a very contentious time in America as it pertains to race relations. Twenty years after the 1995 Million Man March, we’ve made progress with the election of the first black President, […]