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We are gathering in Washington, D.C. on the 20th anniversary of the Million Man March because we have a case to put before our government. We are asking Men, Women and Children from every walk of life, and in particular, Blacks, Latinos, and Native Americans, to stand together in Unity to make a demand for Justice. We will be making demands on our government on those issues which are causing this Nation to bleed due to the unanswered cries of the aggrieved, particularly those wounded by police brutality. In addition, we will be making a demand on ourselves to stop the violence in our communities.
We are calling for a boycott of the Christmas season beginning with Black Friday through the end of the year. We are not calling for a Boycott of Jesus Christ, but a Boycott of the commercialism in the name of Jesus Christ. This same commercialism supports the politicians who enact unjust laws and policies.
The longer justice is denied the more intense will be the cry. The anger that is in the breast of the people will continue and as the pain continues to intensify, if our cry for justice is not heard soon, then these demonstrations and protests in cities across the country and the world will produce a tsunami the results of which will bring about total chaos and destruction on all sides.
“Justice is the weapon God is using today, which is the Day of Judgment, and in the future U.S. cities will be leveled as America has leveled cities.”
“The wrath of God is displayed in the forces of nature with weather forecasters unable to explain severe conditions as the author of the climate is using nature to destroy this world.
“The God that we serve that is on the scene today is the Master of all of the forces of nature and every one of those forces He’s bringing to play now on America.” – The Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan
We want Justice. Equal justice under the law. We want justice applied equally to all, regardless of creed, class or color.
Pursuant to the Vision of the Millions More Movement, we adopt as our goal the following: To mobilize and organize our people nationally, and, put systems and public policies in place that will permit a successful programmatic thrust to bring to fruition just laws and policies resulting in an improved quality of life for all.
We also want Justice on the following:
We want equal education opportunity for all based upon high educational standards not based on community economics, politics or racism.
A fair and just Immigration Policy applied equally to all and in particular, immigrants from Mexico, the Caribbean, Central and South America.
Equal employment opportunities for all — NOW! This includes Equal pay for Women and a Livable Wage for workers that are monitored on a regular basis to reflect the current cost of living standard.
We want environmental laws established during the past 25 years to be improved and enforced to fully protect the public health and Mother Earth. We demand an end to environmental terrorism!
We want Justice and fairness for Veterans of this country. This means housing, healthcare, educational and other benefits promised.
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Did you know?
The 1995 Million Man March was the first ever public march to provide an independent Financial Audit of its operations. You can expect the same with Justice or Else. Click here for Report:
Did you know?
The Goal of the Million Man March was not to change public policy but it was day of unity held together by the principles of Atonement, Reconciliation and Responsibility. It was a day for Black men to reflect on God, Family and community. In addition, there were 3 major goals:
- Encourage Black men to become politically active by registering to vote
- To encourage Black men to join a religious House of Worship according to their belief system
- To encourage Black men and families to adopt Black children
Immediately following the March, roughly 1.7 million Black men registered to vote and organizational memberships skyrocketed—the NAACP, churches and mosques reported huge increases and the National Association of Black Social Workers reported a flood of 13,000 applications to adopt Black children.
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