Dozens of Chicagoans flocked to the Daly Plaza to participate in a flash mob Sunday, which intended to call attention the effects of gun violence.
Dozens of Chicagoans flocked to the Daley Plaza to participate in a flash mob Sunday.
The mob, organized by Artists Against Gun Violence, was meant to call attention to the effects of gun violence.
The participants stood in a surrender stance for 26 seconds to honor the 26 victims of the Sandy Hook massacre.
They then laid on the cement outside the building and traced chalk bodies around violence statistics and names of victims of Chicago’s violence.