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GUN VIolence VIgil aPRIL 20

The Church of the Messiah choir sang for the crowd of about 200 people.
Reverend Barry Randolph, pastor of Church of the Messiah, led the Gun Vigil attendees in a march down Mack Ave.
Rep. Brenda Lawrence spoke of her faith in America and our collective power.
We are so thankful for our faith leaders, Rev. Barry Randloph, Rev. Areeta From Christ Church, Rev Alex From GP Unitarian, Rev Jeffrey From St. Paul AME and Rev. Sarah From Memorial Church GP.
Students from March for Our Lives Detroit were sharing information.
The attendees heard from several speakers introduced by emcee Greg Bowens, president of the HW-GP chapter of the NAACP.
Attendees gather before the Gun Violence Vigil to learn about ways to get involved.

Stand Up. Speak Out. Act. End Gun Violence

About 200 residents joined together April 20, 2018 outside St. Clare of Montefalco Church on the 19th Anniversary of Columbine to stand up, speak out and stop gun violence. 

Thank you to all who joined us. Attendees visited the booth of the Detroit Chapter of March for Our Lives and were able to learn more about the local Moms Demand Action Chapter. 

Rep. Brenda Lawrence and Rev.Barry Randolph shared inspirational messages. Congresswoman spoke of her faith in America and our collective power. We are so thankful for our faith leaders, Rev. Areeta From Christ Church, Rev Alex From Grosse Pointe Unitarian, Rev Jeffrey From St.Paul AME and Rev Sarah From Memorial Church GP. A big thanks to the The World Famous Church of the Messiah Detroit choir for leading us with beautiful music. And we very much appreciate the generous hosting offered by St. Clare. Please keep tuned in and help with the local efforts of the new Moms Demand Action chapter. May we turn our sadness and anger into sustained action for change!

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