SUV’s Rosedale Avenue Rally

Minister Kwame Thompson, SUV outreach director, leads the group in prayer outside of the Monroe Houses.
Photo by Edwin Soto

Stand Up to Violence conducted a Thursday, March 24 community response rally at Rosedale and Story avenues to address the Thursday, March 17 shooting death of a 23-year-old man outside the Monroe Houses and a Sunday, March 20 shooting which resulted in a person being injured on Boynton Avenue. The groups consisting of local elected officials, community leaders, council and clergy members, neighbors and SUV supporters met at the Rosedale and Story avenues murder site before marching to the Boynton Avenue shooting location.

Police Service Area 8’s Miriam Sanchez (c) displays a thought-provoking sign at SUV’s Community Response Rally.
Photo by Edwin Soto

Pictured Above, Police Service Area 8’s Miriam Sanchez (c) displays a thought-provoking sign at SUV’s Community Response Rally.Photo by Edwin Soto

(l-r) Aurora Carrion, 43rd Precinct Community Council president; police officer Mohan; Roxanne Rodriguez and Antirson Ortiz from Assemblyman Marcos Crespo’s office and Elvin Garcia from Mayor de Blasio’s office stand with supporters.
Photo by Edwin Soto

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