Motorcyclists Participate In Gun Violence Awareness Day On Chicago's South Side

Motorcyclists on Chicago's South Side took part in a ride for Gun Violence Awareness Day Friday. The riders, many wearing orange, started in the Grand Crossing neighborhood. The orange movement was started in honor of 15-year-old Haidya Pendleton, who was killed at a park a week after performing at President Barack Obama's inauguration parade.

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