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Justice Or Else Moves Forward With Economic Boycott

by Festival October 31, 2015

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The Justice Or Else Movement continues. Earlier this month, there was a massive march on Washington D.C. and people of all races, colors, creeds and walks of life gathered to listen to Minister Louis Farrakhan speak – in part – to commemorate the anniversary of the Million Man March. The other portion of the celebration was really steps to move forward in the name of justice and freedom. Minister Nuri of The Nation of Islam, one of Farrakhan’s closest representatives, gave a special message to AllHipHop about the next steps for the movement.


Filed under: Editorial Tagged: Justice or else, Minister Louis Farrakhan, Minister Nuri, Nation of Islam

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