Community activists rally against violence in the Bronx

Community members are rallying to stop violence in the Bronx.

Community members are rallying to stop violence in the Bronx.

Community members are rallying to stop violence in the Bronx. (12/10/15)

THE BRONX - Community members are rallying to stop violence in the Bronx.

Concerned residents from community activist group "Stand Up to Violence" took to the streets near Olinville Avenue Wednesday night.

The site is where a 27-year-old man was fatally shot last week.

Organizers say something needs to be done to help steer people in the right direction, before they become criminals.

Police have not made any arrests in the shooting. 

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