Photos: ‘Stop the Slaughter’ rally

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  • Advocate staff photo by ANGELA MAJOR -- Alexis Jones (left), age 7, and Kevin Dunn (right), age 10, hold up signs Monday, June 9, 2014, at Stop The Slaughter, an event sponsored by Iris Domestic Violence Center and Ms. Theolonious Gage to promote discussion on solutions to end domestic homicides and violence in the Baton Rouge area.

  • Advocate staff photo by ANGELA MAJOR -- LaSonia Bryant holds a sign Monday, June 9, 2014, at Stop The Slaughter, an event sponsored by Iris Domestic Violence Center and Ms. Theolonious Gage to promote discussion on solutions to end domestic homicides and violence in the Baton Rouge area.

  • Advocate staff photo by ANGELA MAJOR -- Mayor-President Kip Holden speaks Monday, June 9, 2014, at Stop The Slaughter, an event sponsored by Iris Domestic Violence Center and Ms. Theolonious Gage to promote discussion on solutions to end domestic homicides and violence in the Baton Rouge area.

  • Advocate staff photo by ANGELA MAJOR -- Attendees show their support Monday, June 9, 2014, at Stop The Slaughter, an event sponsored by Iris Domestic Violence Center and Ms. Theolonious Gage to promote discussion on solutions to end domestic homicides and violence in the Baton Rouge area.

  • Advocate staff photo by Rod Walker -- 12-year-old Kelvin Jones

  • Advocate staff photo by ANGELA MAJOR -- Ms. Theolonious Gage speaks Monday, June 9, 2014, at Stop The Slaughter, an event held to promote discussion on solutions to end domestic homicides and violence in the Baton Rouge area.

  • Advocate staff photo by ANGELA MAJOR -- Criminal Court Judge Donald Johnson speaks Monday, June 9, 2014, at Stop The Slaughter, an event sponsored by Iris Domestic Violence Center and Ms. Theolonious Gage to promote discussion on solutions to end domestic homicides and violence in the Baton Rouge area.

  • Advocate staff photo by ANGELA MAJOR -- Attendees hold up signs Monday, June 9, 2014, at Stop The Slaughter, an event sponsored by Iris Domestic Violence Center and Ms. Theolonious Gage to promote discussion on solutions to end domestic homicides and violence in the Baton Rouge area.