Philadelphia Museum of Art performance will conduct a funeral for weapons in a city of violence
When it comes to gun violence its a leading topic that shares many emotions from families and friends. Gun violence has been on a rise in the city of brotherly love. Taking many lives from young boys and girls who never got the chance to full fill their dreams. And to the women and men who is no longer able to share special moments with their love ones due to senseless gun violence. To be apart of a life changing event on making our community better Philadelphia Museum of art performance will have an exhibition “Bury our weapons not our bodies” which will be held
Saturday, September 22
2:00 p.m.: Performance begins at Independence National Historical Park
4:00 p.m.: Performance resumes outside the Museum’s West Entrance (Anne d’Harnoncourt Drive, Philadelphia, PA 19130)
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