20th anniversary of 'Million Man March' honored with 'Justice or Else'

Two decades ago, the “Million Man March” in Washington, D.C., wanted to show the world that black lives matter. Now the event is back in D.C. on Saturday with the "Justice or Else" march. Follow WTOP for team coverage of the event, beginning with road closures in the area.

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