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Home MLK Memorial Special Coverage The March for Jobs & Justice Rally Originally published October 15, 2011

Ngozi Nmez

by Sarai Johnson and Taryn Finley
Special to the AFRO

    Ngozi Nmez (AFRO Photo)
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Ngozi Nmezi is on a mission. "We work for DC Statehood. It's important that we raise awareness of the issue of the fact that this is very unconstitutional," said the Nigerian native who works for city. She said Hurricane Irene may have postponed the March for Justice and Jobs in August, but it did not dampen her enthusiasm for the cause. The said the message she wants Congress to take from the day's march and rally is "to give us what we're asking for. We want full representation and we want our rights."

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