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A basketball tournament was the main event at the Help End Violence Now (HEVN) 9th annual Hempstead Community Day, which promotes ending violence in the neighborhood.

A basketball tournament was the main event at
(Credit: Newsday / J. Conrad Williams, Jr.)

A basketball tournament was the main event at the Help End Violence Now (HEVN) 9th annual Hempstead Community Day, which promotes ending violence in the neighborhood. But attendees and players had time to enjoy hotdogs and hamburgers. (Aug. 17, 2013)

A basketball tournament was the main event at
(Credit: Newsday / J. Conrad Williams, Jr.)

A basketball tournament was the main event at the Help End Violence Now (HEVN) 9th annual Hempstead Community Day, which promotes ending violence in the neighborhood. (Aug. 17, 2013)

A basketball tournament was the main event at
(Credit: Newsday / J. Conrad Williams, Jr.)

A basketball tournament was the main event at the Help End Violence Now (HEVN) 9th annual Hempstead Community Day, which promotes ending violence in the neighborhood. (Aug. 17, 2013)

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A basketball tournament with 60 participants was the
(Credit: Newsday / J. Conrad Williams, Jr.)

A basketball tournament with 60 participants was the main event at the Help End Violence Now (HEVN) 9th annual Hempstead Community Day, which promotes ending violence in the neighborhood. (Aug. 17, 2013)

A player flies to the hoop at the
(Credit: Newsday / J. Conrad Williams, Jr.)

A player flies to the hoop at the Help End Violence Now (HEVN) 9th annual Hempstead Community Day, which promotes ending violence in the neighborhood. (Aug. 17, 2013)

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