Twenty-year old Alonzo Brodie was murdered two years ago, on March 16, in Harrisburg. His mother and friends gathered on the same spot, to remember him and bring attention to violence.

Kimberly Belle, left, and Nichole Echols, release balloons with friends and family, symbolic of the freeing of Belle's son Alonzo Brodie, who was shot and killed on the spot two years ago.

Belle, center, covers her face as Lester Bowman, second from right, leads the group in a song.

Alonzo's daughter, Cashmere Miller, 2, grasps a balloon just before it slips from her hand.

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