Ever since the "Million Man March" in 1995, there have been thousands of other marches in many regions of the country. The original Million Man March was about black men taking responsibility and being better husbands and fathers. Has anything productive come from them? It seems to me it's the same story over and over again. Young kid gets shot and killed in a ghetto, protesters assemble in the area, bodega candles fill the spot where the victim fell, RIP T-shirts worn by local residents for a few days, mural painted on wall with the victim's face, prayer vigil led by some half-skell pastor from a storefront church followed by a local politician yelling at the crowd that "this must stop, now!". Then one asshole yells catchy slogans and all the other assholes repeat the slogans. Couple of news cameras interviewing the locals with people laughing and waving while talking on cellphones in the background. Same shit every time. How do these people not see how useless these marches and protests are? Anyone know anything productive that have come from these things?