Dozens of people not letting the nearly freezing temps keep them away from our victory walk on Wright Avenue Saturday morning.
The campaign's goal is to unite the community and city leaders to help curb crime.
It's a part of an initiative to bring down violent crime numbers in Little Rock, which includes bringing awareness to domestic violence in the area.
Angela McGraw, Executive Director of Women and Children First said,
"There's really not any way there can be violence happening on the streets or violence in our communities to not go home and there actually be some type of violence that happens in your homes as well, so we just want to show people that we understand that."
So far, there have been 49 homicides in Little Rock this year.
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