Parade says 'no' to drugs and violence
July 28, 2012 (CHICAGO) (WLS) -- Performers tumbled and twirled at the 24th annual Say No to Drugs and Violence parade Saturday.
Organizers say they hope to stem drug-fueled violence in the Austin neighborhood.
A local reverend started the parade in 1989.
The day began with a march through the West Side neighborhood, ending at Austin's healing Temple Church.
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