From Baltimore City to Baltimore County, community leaders, parents and lawmakers joined together Saturday to address violence and how to prevent it. Safe Streets and city leaders marched down East Monument Street, turning grief into action and to remember one of their own, Safe Streets worker DaShawn McGrier. Police said McGrier and two other men were fatally shot Wednesday night. A fourth man was injured in the shooting. Saturday's rally comes amid an already violent January.
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