The family of a man from Luton have launched a social media campaign to raise awareness of violence, a year after he was allegedly beaten into a coma.
Henry Huggins has yet to regain consciousness following the attack in the Farley Hill area of the town.
Hundreds of people have already taken part in a 'selfie' photo campaign - his family say they want to keep him in everybody's minds.
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