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‘Justice for All’ march inspires thousands to stand up against police violence on Blacks

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Over 10,000 people of all races and ages converged on Washington, D.C. for the “Justice for All” march. Led by Rev. Al Sharpton and the families of Eric Garner, Tamir Rice and Mike Brown, the march shed light on black men who have been slain by police.

Several speakers such as Judge Joe Mathis, Joe Madison, and Benjamin Crump have spoke about the importance of laws to be changed in order to protect citizens.

Other protests have also occurred across the nation. In New York, over 48,000 people signed up on Facebook for the “Million March NYC” that took place in Union Square.

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2 Comments

  1. rus on December 14, 2014 at 8:35 am

    If u send police into crime ridden Black neighborhoods you are racially profiling them. If u don’t then u don’t care about Blacks. You see Negroes are implacable and are the architects of their own misery but you will NEVER get them to see that. I say let them be and self destruct. They ALREADY are why delay the process?

  2. USA Citizen on December 14, 2014 at 10:42 am

    Too long have people lived in a system which promotes division. They are those who constantly asked why minorities simply cannot classify themselves as just Americans, it is because we are never seen as just Americans. It seems as though We Choose not to see each other as just Americans and We Choose to live by the lies perpetrated on each other’s culture.

    Justice in America will never prevail until we as Americans rise above the ignorance we continue to demonstrate in our actions and in our words. The time of assuming that America was created by one race is a lie and recognize the truth is that America became great due to diversity!