Commitment March: Get Your Knee Off Our Necks!

Written by on August 28, 2020

Thousands have heeded the call from Reverend Al Sharpton to converge on Washington DC and stand against social injustice, police abuse and mrders against black people. We take a look live, and we also look to our friends on the ground in DC…. Rev. KW Tulloss and Pastor Robert D. Bush join us for a discussion and observations of this mmoentous occassion that takes place on the 57th Anniversary of the MArch on Washington in 1963 where the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr spoke the iconic “I Have a Dream” Speech……

2020 March on Washington

Watch the 2020 March on Washington for racial justice and police reform https://cbsn.ws/2EIpz6K

Posted by CBS News on Friday, August 28, 2020

And so we caught up with Pastor Tuloss, President of the Baptist Ministers Conference and Pastor Robert D. Bush, President of the Las Vegas Chapter of the National Action Network. Joining us live on her motorcycle literally enroute from Washington DC to Long Beach is the President of Black Girls Ride Magazine, Porsche Taylor who organized a group of over 100 women motorcyle riders to converge on DC from all over the nation and participated in the march culminated by Porsche taking center stage and giving a speech in front of the hundreds of thousands of attendees.

Coffee Conversations with Greg J: March on Washington – Review, Purpose and Effects

We watched with great pride and rallied behind Rev. Al Sharpton and the National Action Network as they brought the Commitment March. And now, we check in with Pastor Robert D. Bush – President of the National Action Network,Las Vegas; Pastor K.W. Tulloss – President of the Baptist Ministers Alliance; and Porshe Taylor, President of Black Girls Ride and who spoke so eloquently from the steps of the Lincoln Memorial

Posted by Coffee Conversations with Greg J. on Thursday, September 3, 2020

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