Michiana angel mom advocates for an end to gun violence through plays and soul boxes
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SOUTH BEND, Ind. -- On Wednesday night, nine plays were presented at the South Bend Civic Theatre as part of the #ENOUGH: Plays to End Gun Violence program.
The nationwide effort is meant to start conversations and promote action in response to American gun violence. It works alongside the Soul Box Project, the placement of origami boxes at selected locations to commemorate victims of gunfire.
ABC57's Summer Horan had the opportunity to speak with Loria Perez about the initiative to end gun violence in Michiana and across the country. Perez is the organizer of the plays and a local mother who lost two of her sons to gun-related incidents.
For more information about the reading or the Soul Box Project, you can visit the #ENOUGH: Plays to End Gun Violence website or the Soul Box Project website.