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Washington, DC / Million Man March / Farrakhan #156897

ABC Evening News for Monday, Oct 16, 1995
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(Washington: Peter Jennings) An inspirational day at the million black man's march featured; scenes shown of the crowd in Washington, DC. [Baltimore Mayor Kurt SCHMOKE, Rainbow Coalition Jesse JACKSON, Nation of Islam Louis FARRAKHAN, Southern Christian Leadership Conference Rev. Joseph LOWERY - speak to the people.]

(Washington: Ron Claiborne) The controversial march that was inspired by Black Muslim leader Farrakhan featured; scenes shown of the black throng arriving and then celebrating. [Black WOMAN - comments.] [LOWERY, youngster Ralleynde BAPTISTE, Farrakhan chief of staff Leonard MUHAMMAD - speak to the people.] [Two black MEN - comment.] [In rambling speech, FARRAKHAN - addresses the black men to stop feeding the degenerate mind of white supremacy.]

(Washington: Peter Jennings) Park Police estimate on the number of marchers here cited; scenes shown of the people moving towards the mall.

(Washington: Michele Norris) The story of two brothers, Al and Martin White, who attended the marches both today and in 1963, presented; scenes shown. [Marchers Anthony SMITH, Eugene BIRGE, WHITES - explain why them came on the march.]

Reporter(s):
Claiborne, Ron;
Jennings, Peter;
Norris, Michele
Duration:
00:09:10

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