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PHOTOS: Enough is Enough! Montego Bay marches for peace

Published:Monday | August 17, 2015 | 8:20 AM
Chairman of the Peace Management Initiative, Reverend Everton Jackson (centre lavender shirt) leads a group of marchers during the 10,000 Men and their Families March in Montego Bay
Attorney-at-law, Henry McCurdy (left) is aminated as he talks with Minister of National Security, Peter Bunting during the 10,000 men and their families march.
Members of Parliament, Horace Chang and Sharon Ffolkes Abrahams join in the march
A marching band provided entertainment for the 10,000 Men and their Families March in Montego Bay
Marchers marching from the Sangster International Airport to downtown Montego Bay
Marchers marching from the Sangster International Airport to downtown Montego Bay
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Thousands of people converged at the Dump Up Beach Park in St James on Sunday for the culmination of the first '10,000 Men and their Families March and Concert'.

Declaring, "Enough is enough", the protesters were led by the Peace Management Initiative and were accompanied by Minister of National Security, Peter Bunting and the Opposition spokesman on National Security, Derrick Smith.

They were marching for peace, moral standards, family life and the protection of children.

The marchers set out from four major points - the Sangster International Airport Roundabout, MegaMart in St. Catherine Hall, the Clock on Barnett Street and Overton Plaza.

janet.silvera@gleanerjm.com