ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. – On Tuesday, February 28, The Hidden Voices Project, in partnership with St. Petersburg City Council Vice-Chair Deborah Figgs-Sanders, Quis For Life, Inc., The Well, Moms Demand Action, and several other organizations, will be holding a “Stop the Violence” gathering and neighborhood walk to raise awareness for community issues such as violence and shootings in St. Petersburg.
The walk is scheduled from 3:00-5:00 p.m. in the back parking lot of Wildwood Park (2650 10th Ave So).
“Although I am aware that there is so much plaguing our community that may lead to gun violence, it is my hope that continued advocacy of the value of life would reach someone in the community,” said City Council Vice-Chair Deborah Figgs-Sanders. “Not only that someone, but for those impacted by gun violence their pain is not felt alone. It impacts us all!”
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The goal of the “Stop the Violence” walk is to bring members of the Wildwood community together. The walk will include prayer, the purpose for the event, and a neighborhood march. All are welcome to participate.
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