Still reeling from the on Dec. 14, more than 50 village citizens took to the streets to let their voices be heard on gun control reform.
Organized by three village residents, the peaceful protest met for a vigil on the one-month anniversary of the Sandy Hook massacre at Ridgewood's Van Neste Square on Sunday.
Approximately 70 people joined the vigil to hear speakers, including Ridgewood's Mayor Paul Aronsohn. Following the speeches and a march around Memorial Park at Van Neste Square, the participants were led by Bill Scher in a rousing rendition of "America the Beautiful".
The vigil organizers reacted to the NRA suggestions that reforms would infringe on the Second Amendment and that teachers should be armed, along with police presence in school.
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Still photos courtesy of Nancy Scappaticci.