A Kemper county woman is pushing to keep her husband's memory alive, but to also hopefully get closure. Roshell Morries lost her husband, Emmanuele, last July after he was shot on an early Friday afternoon. While the murder has yet to be solved, Morries is having a rally in-order-to raise awareness and, hopefully, get some answers. They have two children who are 17 and 10 years old. The rally will take place next Saturday, the 27th at Belmont Baptist church in Dekalb at 1pm.