#Justice4All March to Be Held Saturday in Washington, DC

(Photo: National Action Network)

#Justice4All March to Be Held Saturday in Washington, DC

The National Action Network is leading a #JusticeForAll march Saturday in Washington, D.C., that will also include the families of Eric Garner, Michael Brown and Akai Garley.

Published December 12, 2014

On Saturday, thousands will gather from across the country in Washington, D.C., for the National Action Network's Justice for All March.

The families of Michael Brown, Eric Garner and Tamir Rice will be joining the protest to continue to bring attention to the victims of police shootings in the past few months.

"Those who came before us sacrificed so that we may have a more just future. Now we must do the same for the generations that will come after us," Rev. Al Sharpton said in a blog about the march on Huffington Post.

"As most Americans agree that we need some kind of reform, we head to the nation's capital to answer what exactly we must change and how," he continued.

Participants will gather at 10:30 a.m. at Freedom Plaza located at 13th Street and Pennsylvania Avenue NW. The group will begin marching at 12 p.m. Buses will be leaving from Atlanta, New York City, Baltimore and dozens of other cities. 

Visit here for more information about the #Justice4All March.

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(Photo: National Action Network)

Written by Natelege Whaley


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