Minister Louis Farrakhan sat down with Roland Martin on TV One’s NewsOne Now for a live exclusive interview discussing the October 10th Justice Or Else rally in Washington, D.C. – twenty years after the Million Man March.
During this portion of their hour-long conversation, Min. Farrakhan shared his views on the Black Lives Matter Movement and young activists.
Of those who say “all lives matter,” Farrakhan said, “Black lives do matter, all life does matter, but if Black don’t matter, then why should your life matter, since all your lives came from the Black man and woman?”
“So I say to the sisters and brothers in Black Lives Matter, keep on pushing and we are with you, and don’t let anybody cause you to change your narrative,” he continued.
“Black lives matter, justice or else.”
Watch Farrakhan and Roland Martin’s conversation in the video above.
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For the 20th anniversary of the Million Man March, TV One will present a two-hour special on Friday, Oct. 9 from 8-10 p.m. ET. Presented by News One Now host Roland S. Martin, the special will feature the network television premiere of the documentary The Million Man March Story, followed by a News One Now primetime roundtable discussion.
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