Restored Wall of Memories dedicated to victims of violence in Coney Island

A newly restored Wall of Memories dedicated to more than 300 victims of violence was unveiled in Coney Island. The victims' families and friends hope

The mural was first painted in 1994 to pay tribute to Steve Rodriguez, who was gunned down while playing basketball.

The mural was first painted in 1994 to pay tribute to Steve Rodriguez, who was gunned down while playing basketball. (11/8/13)

CONEY ISLAND - A newly restored Wall of Memories dedicated to more than 300 victims of violence was unveiled in Coney Island.

The mural was first painted in 1994 to pay tribute to Steve Rodriguez, who was gunned down while playing basketball at 23rd Street and Neptune Avenue.

Hundreds of other names have been added to the mural. Those victims' families and friends hope this wall will serve as a reminder that gun violence needs to stop.

The event was organized by Gone but not Forgotten and Suber Foundation. 

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