Students raise money for ceasefire movement

Baltimore went 72 hours without any homicides during the city's fourth ceasefire weekend.  Students at Thomas Johnson Elementary School in S. Baltimore raised money for the cause. The funds will be donated to the Baltimore Ceasefire movement Monday morning.  Students participated in a project called "change war for peace." During the fifth-grade service learning project, each class competed by collecting change. The winning class received an "out of uniform" day. The students collected a total of $788.50. (WMAR)

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