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NAACP announces an 860-mile justice march

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Previously recorded: The NAACP, led by president and CEO Cornell William Brooks, announces its ‘America’s Journey for Justice’ march taking place August 1st. The march spans the 860 miles between Selma, Alabama and Washington, DC. It focuses on a national policy agenda that protects the right of every American to a fair criminal justice system, uncorrupted and unfettered access to the ballot box, sustainable jobs with a living wage, and equitable public education.