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Louis Farrakhan (born Louis Eugene Wolcott), formerly Louis X, leader of the mainly African-American religious movement the Nation of Islam (NOI). After the disbanding of the NOI by Elijah Muhammad's son, Farrakhan regained & reopened over 130 NOI mosques in the US & the world. He also organized & led the Million Man March in DC. He has been both praised & criticized for his often controversial political views & outspoken rhetorical style. He currently claims to be both a Muslim and a…


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1995, October 16: The Million Man March gathers on and around the National Mall in Washington, D.C. Called by Louis Farrakhan, the march attracts more than 800,000 people to address the economic and social ills plaguing the African-American community.


whitecolonialism: Million Man March, November 16, 1995. Eli Reed

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Million Man March!!!! Long live the spirit of the Million Man March! Resurrect the dream.

Million Man March Took Place On Washington’s National Mall 1995