Moms to march across the Brooklyn Bridge for 'common-sense' gun control

Brooklyn Currents | 6/06/2014 | 0 comments

Everytown," a gun-control advocacy group, has organized a march across the Brooklyn Bridge for this Saturday, June 8. "Hundreds of moms and concerned citizens will march across the Brooklyn Bridge calling for common-sense gun laws that will prevent gun violence and save lives," the organization states. We'll have speakers talking about their personal connection to gun violence -- and what we can all do to prevent future tragedies. It's a terrific opportunity to meet other supporters who are just as committed to ending gun violence as you, and to learn about the next steps for our movement."


What: The second annual Brooklyn Bridge March and Rally to End Gun Violence When: Saturday, June 14, 2014 at 10 AM Where: March begins in Brooklyn at Cadman Plaza Park, between Tillary Street and the BQE. The march ends at City Hall, 260 Broadway, in Manhattan The group says that mothers from across the nation are coming in for the march. "It's going to be a powerful show of commitment with supporters from all over the country, and we'll renew our commitment to fighting for common-sense gun laws. "You can help us show that our ranks are only growing and that we're all coming together to show our strength at the ballot box this November."


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