Mothers from around the country are in Washington, D.C. for a march against police brutality.
The first Million Moms March is today, Saturday, and supports women who’ve lost children at the hands of police officers, according to NBC4 Washington.
They are meeting at John Marshall Park in Judiciary Square and will walk from there along Constitution Avenue to the Department of Justice to present their demands before returning to the park for a program that will conclude at 2:30 p.m.
“Enough is enough,” said Marion Gray-Hopkins, whose 19-year-old son Gary was killed by a police officer in Prince George’s County in 1999.
Supporters of the march lobbied on Capitol Hill Friday morning before gathering in John Marshall Park Friday afternoon, writes NBC4 Washington.