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Stop the Killing rally, Sunday, Sept. 18 (Richmond, Va) 

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Karen Cheatham, the grandmother of Tynashia Humphrey, a 15-year-old Richmond Public Schools freshman who was killed Sept. 12 — attends a Sunday rally to focus attention on gun violence in Richmond.
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A photo of Tynashia Humphrey on a memorial at the site of the shooting in Gilpin Court.
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Ballons at the sight where Tynashia Humphrey was killed in Gilpin Court.
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About 100 people marched from Gilpin Court to the John Marshall Court building.
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Tyrone Humphrey, Tynashia's father, is comforted by Richmond Police Chief Gerald Smith.
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People gathered on the steps of the John Marshall Courthouse show support for the family of Tynashia Humphrey.
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Ricky Johnson helped organize the rally. “She liked to hang out with friends and that’s what she was doing that day,” said Johnson, Humphrey’s cousin. “She was an innocent person just trying to go to the store, a jolly soul, an [honor-roll] student in school. And because of one person's bad decision, it has changed my family’s life, and this community’s life forever.”
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Lawrence Robinson, whose daughter At'Taysiyah "Tajah" Dye was murdered in 2021.
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Karen Cheatham, the grandmother of Tynashia Humphrey, a 15-year-old Richmond Public Schools freshman who was killed Sept. 12 — attends a Sunday rally to focus attention on gun violence in Richmond.

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