In remembrance of children lost to homicide, members of Kansas City Mothers in Charge released balloons Thursday outside their offices at 1734 E. 63rd St. in Kansas City. The group’s mission is to “reduce crime through violence prevention, education and intervention, as well as guide and support the families of victims.”
In remembrance of children lost to homicide, members of Kansas City Mothers in Charge released balloons Thursday outside their offices at 1734 E. 63rd St. in Kansas City. The group’s mission is to “reduce crime through violence prevention, education and intervention, as well as guide and support the families of victims.” Keith Myers The Kansas City Star
In remembrance of children lost to homicide, members of Kansas City Mothers in Charge released balloons Thursday outside their offices at 1734 E. 63rd St. in Kansas City. The group’s mission is to “reduce crime through violence prevention, education and intervention, as well as guide and support the families of victims.” Keith Myers The Kansas City Star

Balloon release at Kansas City Mothers in Charge honors murdered children

March 05, 2015 6:57 PM

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