Citizens march against gun violence

By JYESHA JOHNSON MULTIMEDIA COORDINATOR,

Concerned citizens in Indianola gathered for a nonviolent walk this past weekend in an effort to bring awareness to the recent string of gun violence that has affected the community.

The walk was organized by the  Fresh Start Community Program, Famous Amos, and Tony Proctor Sr.

 
 
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