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Group targets violence with billboards

Mothers’ signs push cause with photos of victims

Debbie Wornum comforted Genie Curry (left) as antiviolence billboards (below) were unveiled by the Mothers for Justice and Equality on Saturday in Dorchester. Wornum lost her son, Aaron, and Curry lost her son, Kramo, to violence. Debbie Wornum comforted Genie Curry (left) as antiviolence billboards (below) were unveiled by the Mothers for Justice and Equality on Saturday in Dorchester. Wornum lost her son, Aaron, and Curry lost her son, Kramo, to violence. (Photos By John Tlumacki/Globe Staff)
By Dan Adams
Globe Correspondent / May 20, 2012
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Mothers for Justice and Equality, an anti-violence group that consists largely of murder victims’ family members, has designed dramatic billboards that will go up around Boston this summer. The signs feature pictures of young murder victims and the message “Murder. . . It’s not okay.’’ The unveiling of the designs at a Dorchester church was attended by Mayor Thomas Menino, City Councilor Ayanna Pressley and other city officials.

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