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Family of missing girl Relisha Rudd, supporters to hold rally marking 95 days since her disappearance

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WASHINGTON (WJLA) - The family of missing eight-year-old Relisha Rudd will participate in a rally Tuesday night to mark nearly 100 days since Rudd's disappearance.

The rally, which is being organized by the Washington Interfaith Network, starts at 7 p.m. and will be held at the homeless shelter at the old D.C. General Hospital where Rudd and her family lived at the time of her disappearance.

Rudd, who has missing for 95 days, was last seen on March 1 with the shelter's janitor, Kahlil Tatum.

During the rally, Rudd's family and supporters plan to unveil a list of safety condition requests for the shelter in order to prevent future situations such as Rudd's disappearance from happening again. Among the safety requests are tighter security at the shelter and better living arrangements to help those staying at the shelter from becoming sick.

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