Brooklyn Bridge march calls for end to gun violence

Participants called for stricter gun laws in New York City and across the country.

Participants called for stricter gun laws in New York City and across the country. (5/7/16)

Thousands of people were at Cadman Plaza in Downtown Brooklyn Saturday to call for an end to gun violence.

It marked the fourth annual Brooklyn Bridge March for Gun Sense. It was held the day before Mother's Day in an effort to spread the word to parents to teach kids about the dangers of guns.

The group marched across the Brooklyn Bridge and ended their walk at City Hall.

Participants called for stricter gun laws in New York City and across the country.

 

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