Roland Martin caught up with Harry Lennix, one of the stars of NBC’s hit drama The Blacklist, after Minister Louis Farrakhan’s address at the Justice or Else rally.
When asked his thoughts on this weekend’s rally, Lennix told Martin Min. Farrakhan’s speech was “practical, passionate — it had spirituality to it.”
“I think it was indicative of the mood” present at the historic rally, said Lennix.
He added that Farrakhan’s address reflected the “people’s need to be heard” and “gave great solutions” those in attendance could implement once they return to their respective neighborhoods.
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