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200 rally for new response to violence

Dorchester cry: 'Heal the family'

'Zerahkyah!' and his son, 8-year-old Tesher Israel, gathered for the 10,000 Strong Boston rally at Franklin Park. "Zerahkyah!" and his son, 8-year-old Tesher Israel, gathered for the 10,000 Strong Boston rally at Franklin Park. (Dina Rudick/ Globe Staff)
By Vivian Nereim
Globe Correspondent / June 22, 2009

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Six years after her 3-year-old daughter was paralyzed from the waist down by an errant bullet, Tonya David addressed a crowd in Franklin Park and preached forgiveness in the face of violence. (Full article: 473 words)

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