'A Mother's Love for Peace' aims to curb city violence
CHICAGO - Another group of mothers is trying to make a difference in the fight against violence on Chicago's streets.
They are Latino moms who have lost children to violence and now they are leading peace-making efforts in their communities.
It's called "A Mother's Love for Peace."
Maria Mateo, whose youngest daughter was killed by a stray bullet, Henry Cervantes from the Resurrection Project and Juan Carlos Hernandez from the Chicago Sunday Evening Club join the show to talk about their efforts.