A smallish protest earned quite a bit of local media coverage as old school denizens offered their perspective on a longstanding American problem.
Here's part of the story that mostly discounts legions of Midwest grandparents who love their guns . . .
Collectively, the participants have seen decades of how gun violence can shatter a community.
"But the public I think has finally said, 'This is enough,'" Judy Sherry, founder and president of Grandparents for Gun Safety, said. "We cannot keep killing children and enduring the ramifications from these shootings, their families will never be the same."
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KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Grandparents For Gun Safety, and Moms Demand Action, gathered Friday evening at Mill Creek Park on National Gun Violence Awareness Day to focus on urgent need for gun reform. Collectively, the participants have seen decades of how gun violence can shatter a community.