N.A.A.C.P. President Ina Boon believes a night of prayer can work to change the hearts of even those who do not attend.You hear that St. Louis? Say your prayers and lay off the candy bars.
"Only God can change this world and make a change in people who are using the guns and weapons, " Boon said.
The Reverend B.T. Rice says he'll be praying for both a spiritual revival -- and fewer guns on the streets.
"Guns that these young people and kids can get like they buy candy bars ," Rice said, "Where are these guns coming from? Who's supplying them?"
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