Effie Steele, board chair of the Religious Coalition for a Nonviolent Durham, lights a candle at a vigil in 2016. Herald-Sun file photo
Effie Steele, board chair of the Religious Coalition for a Nonviolent Durham, lights a candle at a vigil in 2016. Herald-Sun file photo

Her daughter was murdered. The mother became a leader in Durham’s fight against gun violence

July 24, 2017 01:57 PM

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