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  • Gun Violence Awareness Day ceremonies held in Chapel Hill

    Law enforcement, local leaders and residents gathered together Thursday to raise an orange flag over Peace and Justice Plaza in honor of gun violence victims and their families. The second annual Gun Violence Awareness Day on East Franklin Street was among more than 150 events held nationwide.

Law enforcement, local leaders and residents gathered together Thursday to raise an orange flag over Peace and Justice Plaza in honor of gun violence victims and their families. The second annual Gun Violence Awareness Day on East Franklin Street was among more than 150 events held nationwide. Tammy Grubb tgrubb@newsobserver.com
Law enforcement, local leaders and residents gathered together Thursday to raise an orange flag over Peace and Justice Plaza in honor of gun violence victims and their families. The second annual Gun Violence Awareness Day on East Franklin Street was among more than 150 events held nationwide. Tammy Grubb tgrubb@newsobserver.com

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