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West Downtown March, February 28

More than 100 resident marched from West Downtown to State Street to protest violence in their neighborhood.

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West Downtown residents march from their neighborhood toward State Street to bring attention to violence in their neighborhood.

Published on February 28, 2009

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The February 28 march proceeded throughout West Downtown and onto State Street.

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West Downtown residents and business owners gathered outside Brownie's Market on Saturday to call an end to the violence in their neighborhood.

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"Enough" was one of the most prominent messages at Saturday's march in West Downtown.

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More than 100 gathered on Saturday to bring attention to crime in the West Downtown neighborhood.

Published on February 28, 2009

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The march began at the site of the February 21 murder and continued to State Street.

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West Downtown residents marched on February 28 to stop violence in their neighborhood.

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Brownie's Market owner Viran "David" Singh explained what he's done for the West Downtown community during the march.

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"Enough Is Enough" was one of the signs at the February 28 West Downtown march.

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Steve Cushman, president of the Chamber of Commerce and likely mayoral candidate, attended the march, but did not speak.

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City councilmember and mayoral candidate Iya Falcone also spoke at the march.

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City councilmember and mayoral candidate Helene Schneider at the march.

Published on February 28, 2009

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