Detroit community rallies against violence toward women

Community members gathered at Detroit's Roosevelt Park on Saturday afternoon with a powerful message aimed at stopping violence against women.

They brought with them pictures of loved one who were killed by their husbands, ex-husbands and boyfriends. Some were murdered in front of their children.

They say they want to come together like this to send a message before anyone else is killed.

Sheila White of has lost several women in her family to violence.

"Over the last six weeks, four more women were murdered by either a husband or an ex-husband, or someone else," she said. "We just want to bring awareness to it -- enough is enough."

Since May 2013, about 70 women have been murdered by family members in the Detroit area.