Spokane vigil set to take place for victims of gun violence
SPOKANE, Wash. — On Sunday, a vigil will take place in Spokane to honor the lives lost by acts of gun violence across the country.
Councilwoman Kate Burke, along with Moms Demand Action and other organizations, is hosting the vigil, which starts at 2 p.m. at the Spokane Tribal Gathering Place.
“We must honor those lost by immediately and actively working to prevent future acts of violence using proven solutions–anything less would be disrespectful,” Burke said in a statement on the Facebook event page.
Burke has asked attendees to bring pictures, signs, and other memorabilia to honor the shooting victims.
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