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November 10, 2012

Huge turnout for march in Moore's honor

GREENVILLE — There was a sea of people marching alonng Walnut Street earlier today, as several hundred people turned for a ceremony in memory of Alicia Moore.

The crowd made its way from Graham Park to the intersection of Bourland Street where Moore, 16, was last seen getting off of a school bus and where a memorial in her honor rests.

The marchers occasionally shouted "I am Alicia" and once arriving at the site shouted "No Justice. No Peace."

The march continued through the surrounding neighborhood, past the home where Moore lived, and back to Graham Park, where the Greenville Police Department was to present a program on keeping children safe.

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