South Side march calls for end to violence
September 30, 2012 (CHICAGO) (WLS) -- Chicago Bishop Larry Trotter led a prayer march Sunday through some South Side neighborhoods, calling for an end to violence.
The march comes as a response to a slew of recent killings in the area, including the murder of a 17-year old honor student earlier this week.
Hundreds of parents and children joined trotter.
Marchers carried red umbrellas and wore red shirts to symbolize the bloodshed.
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