Kansas City 'Stop The Violence' Season Starts
Tragically, nicer weather means more rallies, vigils, marches and protests against rising violence at the homicide count continues to rise . . . Credit where it's due, the good people who dedicate their time to these events aren't the problem and rarely (if ever) commit any murders . . . Filed under, preaching to the choir . . .
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - A group of KCMO parents who lost their children to street violence held a rally on Friday to bring the community together and honor their children. Organizers of the "Stop the Violence" kickoff event hope to hold events in the future to raise awareness of the impact violence has on metro families.