Seedleaf representatives Ben Murphy, left, Ashley Gei and Lindsey Smith talked with Teren Babb. Babb said she came out because "I just don't think a park is a place of violence." She said she wanted to "be here and in some small way show that we think it's wrong."
Seedleaf representatives Ben Murphy, left, Ashley Gei and Lindsey Smith talked with Teren Babb. Babb said she came out because "I just don't think a park is a place of violence." She said she wanted to "be here and in some small way show that we think it's wrong."
Seedleaf representatives Ben Murphy, left, Ashley Gei and Lindsey Smith talked with Teren Babb. Babb said she came out because "I just don't think a park is a place of violence." She said she wanted to "be here and in some small way show that we think it's wrong."

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