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Interfaith group walks to end gun violence, remembers lives lost

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Concord resident Cynthia Newton chants as she holds a sign and a side of a banner during the Citywide Walk event hosted by the Richmond Ceasefire in Richmond, Calif. on July 21.

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Interfaith group walks to end gun violence, remembers lives lost