As the 20th Anniversary of the Million Man March approaches with the theme of “Justice…Or Else!” on October, 10, 2015, in Washington, DC, Vanguard Television and the Washington, D.C. Ministry of Arts and Culture are proud to present free film screenings of the groundbreaking documentary, The Million Man March – The Untold Story. Screenings begin on Thursday evening, October 8th, and will continue all day Friday, October 9th, on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC. The documentary, directed by independent filmmaker and Howard University graduate, Angela R. Muhammad, addresses numerous questions, controversies and misconceptions about the Million Man March of 1995 in Washington, D.C. and offers a behind the scenes look at what occurred before, during and after the March with firsthand accounts from the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan, among others.
The documentary answers the following questions: What inspired the call and what caused more than one million to respond? What role did religion play? Why only black men? What happened to the money? Why a journey to the Middle East and Africa after the March? What should be done after the March?
The Million Man March – The Untold Story also features Chuck D (Public Enemy), Rev. Willie Wilson (Pastor of Union Temple Baptist Church), the late Marion Barry (former Washington, D.C. mayor), the late Dr. Dorothy Height (former president of the National Council of Negro Women) Ice T (Hip Hop Artist, Law and Order SVU) and others.
Show times are Thursday, October 8th, at 8 pm and Friday, October 9th at 11am, 1pm, 3pm, 5pm & 7pm at the Creative Acts Learning Center, LLC located at 631 B Pennsylvania Ave, SE in Washington, DC.
For more information about “The Million Man March – The Untold Story” and to view the trailers, visit http://www.themillionmanmarch.org To schedule a screening, contact Anthony or Angela Muhammad at 202.705.0617 or email angelamuhammad(at)vanguardtvn(dot)com