Sidewalk monuments built to spread gun violence awareness in Brooklyn

Local teens designed, cut and painted all 50

Local teens designed, cut and painted all 50 of the memorials and then placed them where people were shot and killed in the borough. (June 30, 2014 6:46 PM)

A series of sidewalk monuments have been built in Brooklyn to raise awareness about gun violence.

Wooden black silhouettes are popping up throughout the borough to symbolize a life lost due to gun violence.

Local teens designed, cut and painted all 50 of the memorials and then placed them where people were shot and killed in the borough.

Councilman Robert Cornegy put the program...

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