'Stop the Violence' parade marches through South Side
August 24, 2012 (CHICAGO) (WLS) -- A parade brought music, marching and an anti-violence message to the streets of Chicago's South Side.
The Stop The Violence Parade kicked off the Chicago-area project's "Community Day." This year's parade and celebration theme was "Local Action for Local Solutions"
Marchers carried signs denouncing street violence. There were also back-to-school activities planned for students, including a hip-hop yoga demonstration to help teach kids how to breathe and relax while studying.
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