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The organization launched a 25-city, 100-day “No More Names” bus tour in June, but came under criticism last month for including the names of several suspected murderers, including Boston marathon bomber Tamerlan Tsarnaev and Los Angeles cop killer Christopher Dorner, in the names of those killed by gun violence.

The group apologized for including Tsarnaev’s name last month, saying in a statement, “[I]t should not have happened, and we sincerely apologize.”