The Rev. Benjamin Chavis, one of the organizers of the Million Man March, says he's planning another march for next year, this time for entire families. "The momentum that this march generated should be enough to carry it to next year," says National Correspondent Jack White. "October 16 could end up being a national day for black affirmation and unity. The first march left a great feeling among those who participated. The only criticism is at the leadership level. Many blacks still have problems with Chavis and [Nation of Islam leader] Louis Farrakhan at the top. But otherwise, it was a great event that deserves to happen every year." Chavis, who organized the original Million Man March with Farrakhan, said next year's even would be international, with families from around the world participating.