BROOKLYN - Hundreds of protesters marched across the Brooklyn Bridge Saturday to call for reforms on gun control.
The marchers, comprised of concerned mothers and other citizens with Moms Demanding Action for Gun Sense in America, say they are fed up with the amount of gun violence in the city.
They carried signs and chanted as they made the trek across the bridge, winding up at City Hall. They say far too many innocent people have been killed or injured in shootings in the community, and also reflected on the negative impact the violence has had on their lives.
This is the group's second annual march. They vow to keep fighting until changes take place in New York and around the country.