People shaken by last weekend's quadruple shooting in Dorchester are organizing a rally this Sunday to try to shake up the rest of the city to do something.
"We want to let the perpetrator(s) know that we are mad, and actively seeking justice for every victim of violence," organizers of the Shake the City event say. "Violence is becoming a terrorism in our community and we can no longer let violence rob our sense of security."
Organizers say they want to demand justice for Genevieve Philip, Kirsten Lartey and Sharrice Perkins, who died, and the fourth woman, who survived with a leg wound.
Their shooting was one of two quadruple shootings in Boston last Sunday.
Since then, a man was shot near Burke High School, a man was knifed to death in Dudley Square, a man was shot in Uphams Corner and a man was shot in Mattapan.
The rally begins at 2 p.m. at the tennis courts.