Jul 31, 2020

A March To End Gun Violence: Voices on the Move

Bronx District Attorney Darcel D. Clark leads A March to End Gun Violence with NYC Council Member Vanessa L. Gibson and the Bronx community including Eve Hendricks the mother of 17 year old Brandon Hendricks who was fatally shot days after his high school graduation, NYPD Chief of Community Affairs Jeffrey Maddrey, Bronx Rises Against Gun Violence (BRAG), Bronx Connect: RTG Release The Grip, SOS Save Our Streets, The Arc of Justice, NYC Health and Hospitals: Stand up to Violence, Guns Down Life Up, National Action Network, Operation Saves Our Sons and Sisters, credible messengers, local residents and more. Marchers reflect and pray together at the corner of 170th Street and Sheridan Avenue where Anthony Robinson was shot and killed in the Bronx while he walked holding hands with his 6 year old daughter. Outrage against the alarming surge of gun violence across the Bronx and the city are expressed along with calls for action and change. Michael Max Knobbe @bronxstrong shares Voices On The Move for BronxNet TV.