The Pathfinders hold anti-bullying and gun control parade

Members from the Flatbush Seventh Day Adventist Church held an anti-bullying and gun control parade yesterday. The Pathfinders aim to be a strong voice in

Leaders say Vice President Biden asked if they could include gun violence after their march in October.

Leaders say Vice President Biden asked if they could include gun violence after their march in October. (5/20/13)

BROOKLYN - Members from the Flatbush Seventh Day Adventist Church held an anti-bullying and gun control parade yesterday.

The Pathfinders aim to be a strong voice in the community; they held a similar anti-bullying march back in October. Leaders say they received a special request from the White House after that.

Vice President Joe Biden asked if they could include gun violence in their next march.

The Pathfinder Club plans to hold anti-bullying and gun control marches on a regular basis.
 

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