A Brooklyn community, united in grief, is coming together to call for an end to gun violence after 12-year-old Kade Lewin was shot and killed while sitting in a car. The community held a rally and vigil on Friday night to honor the boy.
Candles and balloons were left behind after dozens took to the streets to implore city leaders to take action, CBS2’s Christina Fan reported Saturday.
Lewin’s mother could barely stand. Her grief-stricken loved ones guided her to a chair as advocates called for an to the violence that took her young son’s life.
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