Rev. Al Sharpton & National Action Network Re-Iterate The Call For National Gun Control As Sharpton & Brooklyn D.A. Charles Hynes Prepare To Occupy the Corner Where A 13-Year-Old Was Shot Last Night In Brooklyn—
REV. AL SHARPTON & NATIONAL ACTION NETWORK RE-ITERATE THE CALL FOR NATIONAL GUN CONTROL AS SHARPTON & BROOKLYN D.A. CHARLES HYNES PREPARE TO OCCUPY THE CORNER WHERE A 13-YEAR-OLD WAS SHOT LAST NIGHT IN BROOKLYN
Rev. Al Sharpton, President of National Action Network and MSNBC host
Brooklyn District Attorney Charles Hynes
Tamika D. Mallory, National Executive Director, NAN
Kirsten John Foy, NAN Brooklyn Chapter President
Anti-violence activists and community leaders
Friday, August 24, 2012
11:00 p.m. – 1:00 a.m.
Rev. Sharpton and Brooklyn D.A. Charles Hynes will be at the following locations:
- 11:00 p.m. -11:30 p.m. Myrtle Ave. & Throop Ave.
A 13-year-old died early today after he was shot in the back on a Brooklyn street. Ronald Wallace was standing with others at Tapscott and Blake avenues in Brownsville when a gunman opened fire about 12:45 a.m. (New York Daily News)
- 11:45 p.m.-12:15 a.m. East 46th Street & Church Ave.
- 12:30 – 1:00 p.m. Mother Gaston & Sutter Ave.
ALL OTHER LOCATIONS:
11:00 p.m. – 1:00 a.m.
- 129th & 7th Ave.
- 111th & Madison Ave.
- 125th Street & Amsterdam Ave.
- 132 St & 5th Ave (Lincoln Houses)
- Van Siclen Ave. & Stanley Ave.
- Myrtle Ave. & Throop Ave.
- East 46th Street & Church Ave.
- Mother Gaston & Sutter Ave.
- 225th Street & White Plains Road
- Sutphin Blvd. & South Road
- Benziger Ave. and Jersey Street
- Grandview Ave. and Brabant Street
- Gordon Street and Warren Street
PLEASE NOTE THE OTC EFFORT WILL TAKE PLACE ALL WEEKEND
Friday-Sunday 11p.m. – 1:00 a.m.
Contact: Rachel Noerdlinger email@example.com
National Action Network (NAN) and Rev. Al Sharpton, responding to the recent rash of shootings that have plagued the country are entering into week two of “Occupy the Corners” this Friday, August 17th for four consecutive weekends from 11 p.m. to 1 a.m. Each weekend, NAN and community activists, politicians, church leaders, and the like, will stand on corners in “hotspot” areas throughout the city, watching for any signs of violence, talking to residents, and take back the streets. OTC is not a patrol, says Sharpton, but an opportunity to show strong real-life neighborly support in our communities most plagued by gun violence.
For more information and to see who is leading each site please visit: www.nationalactionnetwork.net