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The Ministers March for Justice in Washington, DC – Monday, August 28, 2017

The Department of Justice and the current Administration are undermining Dr. King’s Dream. We are marching to reaffirm that religious and community leaders will recommit to being at the forefront of social justice and civil rights.

As Dr. King marched for 54 years ago, we are still marching for:

  • Voting Rights
  • Healthcare
  • Criminal Justice Reform
  • Economic Justice

At the beginning of the march, while standing in front of Dr. King’s monument, religious leaders will participate in a prayer vigil and commitment ceremony. We are asking religious and community leaders from all faiths and background commit to raising up messages centered on the Social Justice agenda, and participate in the grassroots efforts to hold Attorney General Sessions account for all peoples’ Civil Rights. Additionally, NAN will outline an agenda to achieve the next few years.

National Action Network will provide litanies, sermons, and appeals to be delivered during the months of July and August in order to prepare faith leader and their communities for the March.


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