Saturday marked the 20th anniversary of the Million Man March, which the Nation of Islam first organized in 1995. This year’s rally titled, “Justice or Else” highlighted a broader range of issues faced by minority groups in America today.
The National Mall was packed with thousands of people. Paige James | Hatchet Photographer
Annie Cleopatra stands in solidarity with the Black Lives Matter movement, one of the many social justice movements represented at the event. Olivia Anderson | Hatchet Photographer
Members of the Black Panthers, a revolutionary black nationalist organization, were present at the event. Olivia Anderson | Hatchet Photographer
Protestors stomp on the Confederate Flag. Olivia Anderson | Hatchet Photographer
Henoss Taddesse raises his fist in support of speaker Attorney Benjamin Crump. Olivia Anderson | Hatchet Photographer
The rally was focused on police brutality, as well as the rights of minority groups like Latinos and Native Americans. Paige James | Hatchet Photographer
Protesters like Monica Green demanded attention from passerby regarding issues like police brutality. Madeleine Cook | Hatchet Photographer
The rally spread down to 17th Street. Madeleine Cook | Hatchet Photographer
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