Anti-violence campaign to hit 18 cities in 8 days

An anti-violence campaign that is being called a 'tour for peace' kicked off today in multiple cities across the Garden State.The National United Youth Council,

LINDEN - An anti-violence campaign that is being called a 'tour for peace' kicked off today in multiple cities across the Garden State.

The National United Youth Council, the group running the tour, said the anti-violence campaign will hit 18 New Jersey cities in eight days.

The tour kicked off today in Linden, Elizabeth and Roselle. It is expected to run through July 31.

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