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The 5th Annual Stop the Violence March brings communities together

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The 5th Annual Stop the Violence March took place through Halifax today. DSC_6487_wm

A large crowd joined the march to show unity in our communities, and to denounce violence in any community.

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The rally is to show a shared determination and show of support to the victims that survived violence, and bring hope to the families that have lost loved ones to violence.

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The march is also a show of hopes that one day change will come, and they are calling on everyone to help make that a reality.

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Marching from Duffus down to the Parade Square, the crowd loudly chanted and cheered as support from onlookers cheered on. They shared a determined energy with those as they passed by.

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Once at the Square, guest speakers said their peace on how violence has affected them, directly or indirectly.  The crowd paid close attention to all who spoke.

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Police who escorted the rally were seen nodding and applauding as the crowd showed their courage and support to all those violence has affected.

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