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V.I.P Ladies + Silence is Violence Take on the Streets Tonight for Peace 

Silence Is Violence and community partners want YOU to help kick off a spring peace campaign tonight by taking to the streets with the V.I.P. Ladies and Kids Social Aid and Pleasure Club for a little New Orleans-style marching. (continued)

Getting tough on the trail to 2010 

We are officially living in a war zone. (continued)
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