Remembering the Million Man March 24 Years Later


By Dr. John E. Warren Publisher

In October 1995, a divided America was just coming out of the O.J. Simpson trial with his acquittal for the murder of his wife. White America was angry because he was not convicted, and Black America was rejoicing not because he was not guilty, but because it was the first time that a Black man being tried for a crime against a White woman, was not convicted…

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