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Annual Church 'Peace Walk' To Feature Symbols Of Chicago Violence

Saint Sabina’s Church in Chicago has organized a New Year’s Eve peace walk along Michigan Avenue every year for the past few years. This year, hundreds of marchers intend to carry white wooden crosses with the names of homicide victims, as symbols of the toll of the city’s violence. 

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