South Bend protesters gather to confront gun violence
SOUTH BEND, Ind. -- Dozens of people gathered in South Bend on Saturday to march in solidarity for S.A.V.E.
S.A.V.E. is short for Stand Against Violence Everyday.
The walk started on the corner of St. Joseph and Indiana Streets and ended at Ravina Park.
The organization was started in response to the multitude of gun crimes in South Bend.
S.A.V.E.'s next event will be held in June on the North Side of South Bend.