Oct 16, 2015, 3:51 a.m.
The unifying theme at last weekend’s “Justice or Else” march upon Washington was that of healing; healing and discovering the next step. Various apogees had sprouted since the original March on the mall some two decades ago, but some of the more tried and true ones remained. Black newspapers, Black ideologies, the all-important twist and braid of what black represents in so many ways were all present. Many people, young and old, questioned why the national media had delivered so little coverage to the march, considering the intense number of people and how much of the past year had been dedicated to marches and movements following unrest or even worse, riot.
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