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'Let the black women lead': Marches converge on DC to highlight racial injustice - Washington Post

"Let the black women lead," organizers shouted as hundreds of demonstrators marched up Pennsylvania Avenue. "If you are not a black woman, you should not be at the front." As two marches converged in the District on Saturday, protesters streaming past ...and more »

March for Black Women Organizers Want to Put Our Issues Front and Center During March for Racial Justice - The Root

There's another social justice march this weekend, and black women are refusing to be left behind. The March for Black Women will take place Saturday in Washington, D.C.—smack in the middle of the March for Racial Justice. While the March for Racial ...and more »

Marches for Racial Justice and Black Women Converge in Washington - New York Times

WASHINGTON — On the first crisp fall day in Washington, thousands of anti-racism marchers proved that the capital's summer of protests had not yet come to a close. Two separate rallies — the March for Racial Justice and the March for Black Women ...and more »

Thousands Descend on Washington, DC, for the March for Black Women - The Root

Although there was, in fact, a March for Racial Justice on Saturday in Washington, D.C., there was also a rally specifically for, about and led by black women: the March for Black Women, sponsored by the Black Women's Blueprint, Black Youth Project 100 ...and more »

Coalition Marches on Washington to Demand Justice for People of Color - Common Dreams

A coalition of thousands flooded Washington, D.C.'s streets on Saturday with one goal: "to create a just and equitable future for communities of color and others harmed by white supremacy, so that we may all thrive together." The coalition declares on ...and more »

Thousands of protesters take to DC streets to rally for racial justice - ThinkProgress

WASHINGTON, D.C. — Thousands of people rallied for racial justice in the nation's capital on Saturday as part of the March for Racial Justice and the March for Black Women. The two rallies, which were organized separately but in close coordination ...and more »

Thousands of Protesters Marching Toward US Justice Department to Denounce Racism - Sputnik International

Thousands of protesters began marching toward the US Justice Department in Washington on Saturday to demand an end to racial injustice in the United States, a Sputnik correspondent reported. WASHINGTON (Sputnik) — Protesters from the March for ...and more »

Protesting racial injustice, hundreds join Florida March for Black Women - Miami Herald

Brandy Durham still remembers the first time someone pointed out the color of her skin. Then-7-year-old Brandy, growing up in South Carolina, was in a ballet class when a white girl loudly complained she “didn't want to sit next to the black girl,” she ...and more »

March for Racial Justice and March for Black Women will converge in DC this weekend - Washington Post

Two marches aimed at highlighting racial injustices — particularly those facing women of color — will converge Saturday on the National Mall. The March for Racial Justice and the March for Black Women will have independent rallies in the nation's ...and more »

Racial Justice March to Center Black Women and Girls - ColorLines magazine

On Saturday (September 30), the March for Racial Justice (M4RJ) will wind its way through Washington, D.C. Per the event website, the march was planned by Black and Indigenous leaders “to create a just and equitable future for communities of color and ...and more »