Enough is Enough, a local anti-violence group, is seeking mothers who have lost children to gun violence to get input for their effort to curb gun crime on Omaha streets.
They will host a meeting at 4 p.m. Sunday at the Malcolm X Center.
Morghan Price, executive director of EIE, has closed the meeting to the media and the general public so that those attending can feel free to speak openly.
Price thinks firsthand accounts and stories about how lives have been lost to violence will help give perspective to the group, thus helping them move forward with their grass roots effort to better the community.
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