Dozens of families gathered together Saturday in Nashville for the 19th annual march against gun violence.
Earl Jordan, the founder of the Partners in the Struggle Organization, which hosts the march, hopes the event will give a voice to the victims and help unite the city, which saw more than 200 shootings last year.
“I feel at times, that the perpetrators are winning, and that we’re losing because we’re burying our loved ones,” Jordan said.
Many of those who marched brought along pictures of loved ones whose lives were claimed by gun violence, and many believe in order to reduce the violence, community involvement is essential.
[ WSMV ]