J. Cole is in the nations capitol to attend the Justice Or Else event put on by The Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan. The event, which is going down today (Oct. 10) at the National Mall, is taking place on the 20th anniversary of the Million Man March also organized by Farrakhan two decades ago. Also attending was Common, Jay Electronica, Snoop Dogg, Ty Dolla $ign and more.

Activists at the march are also seen chanting the lyrics to Kendrick Lamar's To Pimp a Butterfly track "Alright" during the walk. Protestors have used this song before. Cleveland State University activists chanted "Alright" lyrics while marching for an end to police brutality earlier this year. See videos below.

Leading up to the event, Farrakhan met with several rappers to discuss the injustices currently affecting the United States including 2 Chainz, Young Thug, Big K.R.I.T. and Rick Ross.

The gathering is a show of support for the demand of justice for all human beings. Via the event's website: "Justice is the birthright of every human being. Justice is a prerequisite to life. We cannot live without justice and where there is no justice there is no peace. Justice is one of the eternal principals that the Creator of the Heavens and the Earth has decreed that every creature should have the freedom to be what God created it to be. Freedom, Justice and Equality are not conferred on us by the Constitution, but the Creator confers Freedom, Justice and Equality on every human being. The widespread death, rising racism, mob attacks and police brutality on Blacks coupled with economic deprivation and stark poverty, requires that something must be immediately done to address and correct the condition. The failure of the U.S. Government to give justice to its former slaves require that we present ourselves in unity to make the demand for Justice or Else!?

Thousands of people are expected to descend upon D.C. for the event. You can watch the entire thing, which will include demonstrations and speeches, live HERE.