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By Wainwright Jeffers - bio | email

ALBANY, GA (WALB) – Youth and others in the community who are fed up with crime in Albany made their voices heard.

A group of more than 100 marched to stomp out violence and get their message of non-violence to others at a Youth Against Violence march.

They started walking from the civic center downtown crossed the bridge to United Purelife Ministries on Moultrie Road.

Church leaders say the march says a lot about the change people in his community want to see.

Youth and others in the community who are fed up with crime in Albany made their voices heard.

A group of more than 100 marched to stomp out violence and get their message of non-violence to others at a Youth Against Violence march.

They started walking from the civic center downtown crossed the bridge to United Purelife Ministries on Moultrie Road.

Church leaders say the march says a lot about the change people in his community want to see.

"Anytime you come together as a group it has a profound effect it reaches more people it becomes more prevalent to people and I thin this would get us on the right path of getting this problem solved," Dr. Aill Mannie Sr., United Purelife Ministries.

United Purelife Ministries has held marches to end violence for the past eight years.


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