(Photo of Million Family March, 2005, Getty Images)

Saturday: 20th anniversary of 'Million Man March' on National Mall

Crowds from across the U.S. are now flooding the National Mall for a massive "Justice or Else" rally to commemorate the 1995 Million Man March and to raise awareness about police shootings and racism against African Americans. Follow WTOP for team coverage of the event, photos, updates, and road closures.

Capitol Police criticized for "race-baiting' warning about violence ahead of march | AP WAS THERE: 20 years ago Million Man March drew many to DC
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