(Cleveland) - Leaders from Black On Black Crime Inc. led a march from the Galleria to Cleveland City Hall Monday afternoon to bring awareness to the issue of violence against women.  

The march was led by 100 year old, retired Cleveland Municipal Court Judge Jean Capers along with womens' advocates and Black On Black Crime Inc. leader Art McCoy.  

Participants marched to city hall to urge Mayor Frank Jackson and his mayoral challenger Ken Lanci to do more to protect women in all Cleveland communities, especially the downtown area.  

53-Year old Aliza Sherman was fatally stabbed in broad daylight last March and her murder remains unsolved.

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