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Families march to remember victims of unsolved murders

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Sharing hugs and tears families came together to march for justice and remember victims of unsolved murders.

It's been ten years since Barbara Ezell's son, Terrance Lavell Winters was murdered. It's been a long grieving process and she still doesn't know who killed her son.

"It's that emptiness. There are no words, no words at all," said Ezell.

Ezell organizes a memorial every year for her boy, and this year she reached out to others who are also in her shoes, families and friends of unsolved murder victims.

"I was trying to get together with other grieving parents and let's try to get some justice in the city of Saginaw," said Ezell.

More than one hundred people showed up carrying pictures of their loved ones.

"I haven't been able to move forward like I should. It's hard, I've spoken to mothers that it's been 20 years and they sometimes still feel the same I feel right now," said Barbara Roberson.

Parents of unsolved murder victims are calling for an end to the violence and beg anyone with information to come forward.

"I'm not marching today just for my son, I'm marching for everyone that's lost someone we need to start taking our streets back and it's going to start with our community, said Lawanda Drake.

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