Richmond hosts Millions More Movement TV program
The Millions More Movement Cable Television program hosted by Hassan Muhammad recently aired each Tuesday night for six weeks in Richmond, Virginia, bringing numerous organizations and the Local Organizing Committee of the Millions More Movement, chaired by Dennis Harvey, together in unity around collective goals and an established, unified working network and alliance.

Minister Farrakhan: 'Come Out of Her, My People'
On this day, the 12th Anniversary of the Million Man March, on the 16th day of October, we call it a Day of Atonement. For us atonement means being at one; at one with God and at one with each other, working to reconcile all our differences and accepting the responsibility to pull ourselves and our people up out of the condition in which we find ourselves.

Hurricane relief effort embraced by Millions More Movement attendees

Baba Hannibal Afrik, a longtime community leader, had two words to describe what victims of Hurricane Katrina face. "Complete devastation," said the 71-year-old-activist, who lives in Gibson, Miss.

More than a Million pledged to restore, rebuild and repair

More than a million men, women and children gathered on the national mall October 15th and pledged to restore lives, rebuild communities and repair families.

The Millions More Movement: Repairing Ourselves and the World

The catastrophic disaster caused by Hurricane Katrina and aggravated by Hurricane Rita of necessity forms a central focus of our concerns and active commitment as we continue to organize the Millions More March and build the Millions More Movement. 

It Takes A Nation of Millions

Nearly 10 years ago, the Million Man March was the largest demonstration in America's history.'s Amanda Diva spoke with the Honorable Minister Farrakhan in an open, frank exchange that produced many questions and solutions about the state of Black America and where the Hip-Hop Nation fits inside the big puzzle.

Millions More Movement Gathers Strength, tackles the issues

From all of the reports that we are receiving from local communities that are now actively organizing and mobilizing for the Millions More Movement, there is a definite acceleration in the momentum at the grassroots level.

Millions More Movement conveners launch fact-finding mission

A delegation from the Millions More Movement toured affected areas to begin a fact-finding mission and listen to the suffering voices of hurricane survivors to truly understand the breadth and depth of their needs.

An appeal to all those who would be a part of the Millions More Movement

The Millions More Movement is challenging all of us to rise above the things that have kept us divided in the past, by focusing us on the agenda of the Millions More Movement to see how all of us, with all of our varied differences, can come together and direct our energy, not at each other, but at the condition of the reality of the suffering of our people, that we might use all of our skills, gifts and talents to create a better world for ourselves, our children, grandchildren and great grandchildren.

Progressive National Baptist Convention endorses the Millions More Movement

Today, one of the largest Baptist denominations in the country, the Progressive National Baptist Convention passed a resolution to endorse the October 2005 Millions More Movement. PNBC pledged to mobilize its members to attend and participate fully in the movement. 

Millions More Movement tour visits the city of Cleveland, Ohio

Stressing the need to stand behind the "very visionary idea of expanding the Million Man March into the Millions More Movement, over 200 local leaders convened for a morning meeting.

Women mobilize for Millions More Movement

The Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan gave a public invitation to women all across the country August 20, to join him and millions of men at the 10th Anniversary commemoration of the Million Man March in Washington, D.C.

MMM Tour Reaches Indianapolis
Farrakhan decries violence, lack of education, promiscuity


In a wide-ranging speech under tight security at Martin University on the Eastside, he urged black men to honor women, stressed education as a savior for the Black community and condemned U.S. foreign policy.

Millions More Movement endorsed by Detroit City Council

A special Meeting of the Detroit City Council was called during a city council recess on August 15th to honor Minister Louis Farrakhan with a special proclamation officially endorsing the Millions More Movement.


10 years later, this October 14-16, when the Millions More Movement begins, there will be no returning to business as usual, says a chief planner of the anniversary march. “It’s going to be bigger than ’95,” says Rev. Willie Wilson, the march’s national executive director.

Congressional Black Caucus Endorses The Millions More Movement

Just as individual members have, for some time, the Congressional Black Caucus (CBC), as a whole is now preparing to play its part in the Millions More Movement.

Workers’ Group Strongly Endorses the Millions More Movement
Worker's World News

Worker's Movement expresses strong support for the MWMM's endorsement of the 10th Anniversary Commemoration of the Million Man March; The Millions More Movement.

Russell Simmons Responds to Abraham Foxman about
the Millions More Movement


I am writing in response to your latest newswire release dated May 2, 2005 entitled, "ADL Urges Prominent African-American Leaders to Reconsider Their Support of the Millions More Movement." The upcoming commemoration of the 10th anniversary of the historic Million Man March in Washington, D.C., October 14-16, 2005 deserves the respect and support of all people of goodwill who cherish the universal love of humanity.

10 Years After Million Man March, Conveners Announce the Millions More Movement
An array of black leaders, including Nation of Islam leader Min. Louis Farrakhan and former presidential candidates Jesse Jackson and Al Sharpton, gathered in Washington, D.C. Monday to kick off plans for the Millions More Movement, a 10th anniversary celebration of the historical Million Man March.

Coalition of National Leaders to Announce the 'Millions More Movement' in Commemoration of 10th Anniversary of Million Man March
On Monday, May 2, a far-reaching national leadership coalition will unveil plans for the MILLIONS MORE MOVEMENT, a commemoration of the 10th Anniversary of the Million Man March. THE MILLIONS MORE MOVEMENT will take place Oct. 14 to 16 in Washington, D.C.

Minister  Louis Farrakhan's NPR interview with Ed Gordon on Million Man March movement -NPR Interview (Audio Webcast)
News & Notes with Ed Gordon, March 25, 2005 · NPR's Ed Gordon talks with Minister Louis Farrakhan, leader of the Nation of Islam, as his organization prepares another gathering to mark the 10-year anniversary of the Million Man March.

Women in Support of the Million Man March
WASHINGTON, D.C. - Very little is known about the women who played major roles in making the Million Man March a huge success. From the vision statement to the program to everything in between, contrary to popular opinion, women were right there from start to finish.  They gathered again February 11 in the nation’s capital to begin preparation for the 10th Anniversary commemoration of the Million Man March™.

Why a Millions More Movement?
Interview with Detroit FOX News presents an exclusive interview by Kevin Parker with Millions More Movement National Youth Coordinators.
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Congressional Black Caucus Backs the Millions More Movement
Minister Louis Farrakhan and members of the Congressional Black Caucus prepare for October's 10th Anniversary Commemoration of the Million Man March by holding discussions on the movement. -View BET News Video

I believe that the tremendous legacy set by the appearance of two million Brothers on the Mall in Wash., D.C. on October 16, 1995 should evolve. Ten years later, we should be focused on building upon that legacy with the substance, especially the economic substance, that it will take to make the vision of healing and forward movement a reality. -Dr. Ron Walters

The upcoming commemoration deserves the respect and support of all people of goodwill who cherish the universal love of humanity.
Russell Simmons

"Millions More Movement will continue to unearth the organizing and mobilizing for the just demand of Black people in America for Reparations."
Dr.Conrad Worrill

























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