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Gregg Graves, an Akron high school student, had one thought on his mind Sunday.

“To remember, respect and honor all women of our community,” said Graves.

That was the message being preached Sunday by Gregg and his fellow members of My Brother My Sister, a local group that teaches community, love and culture to area youth.

High school and college students from My Brother My Sister participated in a Respect Walk from Shaw High School to the area of Hayden and Shaw avenues in East Cleveland where three women were discovered murdered in July.

“I’m 19 years old and the young lady that got murdered was 18 so I feel like it’s important for me to step out and speak up,” said college student Latavia Brady of Akron.

With crimes against women in Northeast Ohio having gained national attention in recent years, members of My Brother My Sister decided to take a stand.

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LOCAL NEWS: Crime Victims Remembered During East Cleveland ‘Respect Walk’  was originally published on praisecleveland.com

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