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  • Peaceful unity Stop the Violence march in York

    Organizer Quisha Bankhead, whose grandfather was a homicide victim, coordinated the York March along with other volunteers to focus on stopping violent crime, unifying people, and love for one another.

Organizer Quisha Bankhead, whose grandfather was a homicide victim, coordinated the York March along with other volunteers to focus on stopping violent crime, unifying people, and love for one another. adys@heraldonline.com
Organizer Quisha Bankhead, whose grandfather was a homicide victim, coordinated the York March along with other volunteers to focus on stopping violent crime, unifying people, and love for one another. adys@heraldonline.com

Peaceful, unifying York anti-violence march proves all lives do matter

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