Activists participate in 'Love Yourself, Stop the Violence' walk

Over 50 people gathered in Crown Heights for the 17th annual 'Love Yourself, Stop the Violence' peace walk today.Participants walked through traffic on Eastern Parkway

CROWN HEIGHTS - Over 50 people gathered in Crown Heights for the 17th annual 'Love Yourself, Stop the Violence' peace walk today.

Participants walked through traffic on Eastern Parkway and ended at the James E. Davis Multicultural Museum of Peace.

Davis was a councilman who started the walk before he was murdered in 2003.

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