Letters, Nov. 20, 1995

AFRICAN-AMERICAN MEN SING AMERICA

The Million Man March was a rare example of unity of purpose and reconciliation. It was a spiritual and moral reawakening. FRANK O. DOLEZAL Las Vegas

CONGRATULATIONS ON "WE, TOO, SING America" [COVER STORIES, Oct. 30]. Your cover photo and articles helped capture the essence of the Million Man March. The five profiles of returned marchers highlighted what I and many friends have known for months: the march was beyond Minister Louis Farrakhan. It was about diverse, hardworking black men, who struggle daily for their economic and spiritual lives, coming together for a mass healing. Thanks to--and...

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