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From left, Tyonna Foster, 18 laughs as her sister Michelle Henderson, 17, talks on the phone and sister Monaye Scott, 16 (in pink) looks on outside their apartment building in South East Washington, D.C. The sisters lost their father to street violence several years before and since have been taking care of each other. They started a singing group and wrote a tribute song about their father's death that they sang at the peace rally.
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Gun Violence in Washington D.C.
From left, Tyonna Foster, 18 laughs as her sister Michelle Henderson, 17, talks on the phone and sister Monaye Scott, 16 (in pink) looks on outside their apartment building in South East Washington, D.C. The sisters lost their father to street violence several years before and since have been taking care of each other. They started a singing group and wrote a tribute song about their father's death that they sang at the peace rally.

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