“No More Hurting people. Peace.”

That phrase, hand-written into the public consciousness on blue poster board by eight year-old Martin Richard, remains a lasting image from the 2013 Boston Marathon bombings. Martin was killed in the bombings, his sister Jane, and his parents Denise and Bill Richard were injured. His brother Henry escaped physical injury but he lives with the images that he saw that day.

In the three years since the bombing, Bill and Denise Richard have founded the Martin Richard Charitable Foundation, an organization created to invest in education, athletics and the community. MR8, the foundation's official running team, ran the Boston Marathon on Monday, and a park in Martin’s name is slated for construction next to the Boston Children's Museum. Bill Richard and Boston Parks Commissioner Chris Cook joined Jim Braude and Margery Eagan on Boston Public Radio to talk about moving on, moving forward, and keeping the spirit of Martin Richard alive.

Click on the audio link above for the full interview.