KANSAS CITY, Mo. - At the corner of East 31 Street and Prospect Avenue, dozens of people wore orange and held signs Sunday, urging drivers to honk their horns. The message was to end gun violence that plagues Kansas City, Missouri. "Put down the guns; it has to stop," Mothers in Charge founder Roslyn Temple said.
Monday, June 10, 2019
Kansas City Anti-Violence Rally Didn't Thwart Another Bloody Gunfire Weekend
The very good people who participate in these efforts are not the problem . . . And it's kinda sad that their continued effort often doesn't resonate in the community. Here's a better look at their commitment as this town suffered multiple shootings, another local homicide and youngsters shot in the legs over the past few days. Read more: