There’s now a face on Monday’s terror attack at the Boston Marathon: a devastating photo of a now-dead 8-year-old boy holding a poster calling for an end to violence.
“No more hurting people. Peace,” is the message held by Martin Richard in his classroom last April — part of a lesson on the shooting of Trayvon Martin, according to a Facebook post by Richard’s teacher Rachel Moo.
“My prayer is that we all live by Martin's words ... by following his example,” Lucia Brawley, a friend of Moo, posted under Martin’s picture. Two members of the Richard family were also seriously injured in the second deadly blast near the finish line of the 26.2-mile race.
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