Mossi Tull, Sr. 40, 2nd vice president of the Washington, D.C. NAACP chapter,...
Mossi Tull, Sr. 40, 2nd vice president of the Washington, D.C. NAACP chapter, with his 3-year-old son, Mossi “Dutch” Tull Jr. on his neck.
Both are lifetime NAACP members
Mossi Tull: “We’re here because I admired Dr. King and his tenets of always being vigilant in our struggle. We must continue to move forward. In the next 50 years, we need to have federal voting legislation that can’t be overturned, we need to overturn ‘Stand Your Ground’ laws, we need more economic inclusion—not Marxism or Communism, and that historically Black colleges and universities continue to be viable. I’m a fourth generation college graduate on both sides.”