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There were also members of the group Products of The Struggle, community activists, including some who were formerly incarcerated, They focused on finding transformative solutions to gun violence in Cocoa, such as mentoring and a boxing program for youth development.

At the Cocoa rally, several parents of murder victims attended, including Shannon Rowe, whose son was killed over the weekend, and Anita Gibson, whose son was killed in 2017. Brevard United Against Gun Violence. County wide peaceful sign waving rallies were held in Titusville, Cocoa, Melbourne and Palm Bay on Sunday from 12pm-2pm. The rallies are intended to raise awareness about violence claiming lives and impacting youth in Brevard. (Photo: TIM SHORTT/ FLORIDA TODAY)

“This is a beautiful event today, but what about tomorrow,” said Andrew Howard, one of the members of POTS attending. “What we have to do is show our youth how to think their way out of situations,” Howard said.

In 2020, a total of 33 people — out of the 43 reported homicides in Brevard — were killed by gunfire. Six of the cases involved law enforcement officers.

In Cocoa, the activists, along with children and survivors of gun violence, crowded along the street corners waving signs as passing cars.

Some motorists honked in support.

 The Buffalo Soldiers Motorcycle Club attended the Cocoa rally. Brevard United Against Gun Violence. County wide peaceful sign waving rallies were held in Titusville, Cocoa, Melbourne and Palm Bay on Sunday from 12pm-2pm. The rallies are intended to raise awareness about violence claiming lives and impacting youth in Brevard.

The Buffalo Soldiers Motorcycle Club attended the Cocoa rally. Brevard United Against Gun Violence. County wide peaceful sign waving rallies were held in Titusville, Cocoa, Melbourne and Palm Bay on Sunday from 12pm-2pm. The rallies are intended to raise awareness about violence claiming lives and impacting youth in Brevard. (Photo: TIM SHORTT/ FLORIDA TODAY)

 

 

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