This Friday marks the 20th anniversary of the Million Man March across Washington, D.C., the October 16 public display of solidarity for voter registration rights that stretched across the city. This past weekend (Saturday, October 11), Black people from across the country convened on D.C. yet again to celebrate the anniversary early with yet another public display that was barely covered by news publications.
Regardless of who was covering, it was an event of the highest caliber. Politicians, entertainment figures, and everyday citizens alike walked side by side to address and attempt to change the racial injustice that’s been going on in this country for far too long. It’s easy to forget that hip-hop started off as a political movement, but these 10 MCs certainly haven’t. Young Thug sends his regards.
#MCM Jermaine Lamarr Cole. This man right here, he’s sooo real, so aware, so I don’t even know lmao. I just love J. Cole so much. His music, the stuff he says in interviews, how down he is, his style, he vibe. And he went to the 20th Aniversary Million Man March…. Just.. Be bae already #JCole #ManCrushMonday #Vibe #JermaineCole #RealRapper #Love #Like #Dt #DoubleTap #Real #Bae #20thAniversary #MillionManMarch A photo posted by Heaven Sorrells (@melanin.heavenn___) on
#Yazz spotted at #MillionManMarch #JusticeorElse A photo posted by The Shade Room (@theshaderoominc) on