“Stop the Violence and Vote Today March” took place on Saturday, October 25, 2014. The community participants came from four points in Savannah simultaneously to arrive at Ellis Square @ 11:00 am. Starting Points included Eastside: DFACS ; Westside: Augusta Ave & Eagle Sts: Southside: Kingdom Life Church (Parade Style; Pooler: Walmart (Parade Style); Port Wentworth: Food Lion; all points leading to Ellis Square. The march was organized by several community leaders including Alisha Blakely, Beverlee Trotter and the Savannah Youth City, Inc. in Photo by: D&D Photography its endeavors to improve the Greater Savannah community. Savannah Youth City, Inc. is a 501 c (3) community organization dedicated to creating a better world for future generations. The march was held in order to curb local violence, to empower local residents, to redirect our younger citizens and increase voter participation. The march culminated at Daffin Park with a “Stop the Violence after we vote” Picnic in the Park.