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  • Black leaders called for The Million Man March to be held in Washington D.C. in October of 1995.
  • It was a gathering to address struggles facing the Black community - as well as to celebrate Black culture and identity.
  • Katina Parker, then a college student, was there.
  • Visit PBS Black Culture Connection to read more stories about civil rights photographers and the images that changed the world.

    Photographs and Words by Katina Parker
    Produced by Erika Beras
    Music by Pharaoh's Daughter and Cyberdread

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