BATON ROUGE, LA (WAFB) - A quiet march through Downtown Baton Rouge Saturday had a very serious message: put an end to deadly violence that plague our streets.
A group walked from the Baton Rouge River Center in Downtown to the Capitol building. They held signs calling for justice for some of the men and women caught up in the middle of recent violence.
People at the march say the end to the violence starts with bringing people together.
Among those killed in just the past couple of days is 14-year-old Desmond Bryant. A vigil Friday night brought together relatives to honor the fallen teen.