Earlier this year, Mayzell Douglas was comforted by her daughter Christine Little, left, and her friend Tranell Harris, right, as she spoke about the murder of her daughter in 2015. The support and advocacy group Parents of Murdered Kids met again Tuesday to call for more services for the families left shattered by gun violence.
Earlier this year, Mayzell Douglas was comforted by her daughter Christine Little, left, and her friend Tranell Harris, right, as she spoke about the murder of her daughter in 2015. The support and advocacy group Parents of Murdered Kids met again Tuesday to call for more services for the families left shattered by gun violence. CARL JUSTE cjuste@miamiherald.com
Earlier this year, Mayzell Douglas was comforted by her daughter Christine Little, left, and her friend Tranell Harris, right, as she spoke about the murder of her daughter in 2015. The support and advocacy group Parents of Murdered Kids met again Tuesday to call for more services for the families left shattered by gun violence. CARL JUSTE cjuste@miamiherald.com

Parents of Murdered Kids in Miami-Dade: We need help

April 27, 2016 2:30 PM