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Russian March (Russian: Русский марш, Russkiy marsh) is an annual nationalist mass demonstration in several major Russian cities and in other countries in the formerSoviet Union. Russian marches usually take place on or around November 4, on the Day of National Unity celebrated in Russia. Russian marches usually feature different nationalist organizations, such as Movement Against Illegal Immigration, the main organiser of rallies, SS - the Slavic Union (Russian: Славянский Союз, СС), RFP Pamyat, the Movement "Resistance", the National State Party of Russia and many others. On Russian March-2009 there were visitors from Ku Klux Klan.