Volunteers Host Virtual, In-Person Events Around Maryland This Weekend During Gun Violence Awareness MonthIt's Gun Violence Awareness Month, and Marylanders are spending the weekend honoring those who have lost their lives to it.
Cyclist Group Rides Through US To Promote End To Gun ViolenceThe 600-mile ride will cross six states, usually ending in D.C. But this year, the team moved their finish line to the Tree of Life Synagogue in Pittsburgh, where the barrage of bullets cut through Saturday morning service in October- killing 11 people in the deadliest attack on the Jewish community in U.S. history.
Baltimore Mayor Joins Community Members For Walk Against CrimeThe mayor spoke about the city's crime problem, saying the best way to stop the violence is keeping illegal guns off the streets.
Multiple Maryland Events Set To Raise Gun Violence AwarenessMultiple events are scheduled this weekend in Maryland for National Gun Violence Awareness Day.
Wear Orange Rally: Stopping Gun Violence In MarylandA nationwide campaign has brought together families, lawmakers, and gun violence survivors, who are taking action to end gun violence.
Cyclists Ride From Newtown To D.C. To Raise Awareness Of Gun ViolenceTeam 26, a group of cyclists who started their 400 mile trek from Newtown, Conn., stopped in Baltimore on their way to D.C.