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Million Man March Debrief and Reparatory Justice- Guest Brother Nuri Mohammad

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Brother Nuri is known for his powerful messages full of inspirational information that can be practically applied. His gifts have given him a magnetic appeal, from the “streets to the suites” and a special affinity with the youth. He inspires and mobilizes all over the country, speaking in high schools, colleges, prisons, churches, mosques and community centers. His work of helping The Hon. Min. Louis Farrakhan, inspired his teacher to give him the name ‘Nuri’ which comes from the attribute of Allah(God) Al-Nur, meaning “The Light.”  With anticipation, steely determination and focus by activists, organizers and Nation of Islam Believers around the country—led by the tireless work and unceasing travel, vision and determination of the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan—mobilizing for “Justice Or Else!”, the 20th anniversary of the Million Man March, was intense. Plans for the gathering started after an April announcement by Min. Farrakhan that it was time to return to Washington, D.C. Yet in a few months, with no corporate sponsors, no huge national political backers, few establishment endorsements, and no mainstream media help, the U.S. Capitol and down the National Mall Oct. 10 were filled with throngs of people. They were drawn by a call to stand against pervasive racism and injustice with the invitation extended to Native Americans, Latinos, veterans and women to stand against oppression. Urban News Service put the number at hundreds of thousands and some estimated a million people and upwards. With substantial construction underway on the National Mall there was spillover onto side streets. It was an incredible gathering that was peaceful, loving and the beginning of a movement. . Now on the ground work begins and people are eager to get started. Join the movement at www.justiceorelse.com.