'Vigil to Unite and Heal' joins community after Molson Coors shooting
MILWAUKEE (CBS 58) -- There was a push toward healing in Milwaukee Sunday night for the victims of the Molson Coors shooting, and their families.
"As we return to work tomorrow these families will go on with a new normal," said Pardeep Kaleka, executive director of the Interfaith Conference of Greater Milwaukee.
"Teach us how to live together," one pastor said in his prayer.
For Milwaukee resident Elana Kahn the vigil served as important sign.
"To remember that we're part of a bigger community," Kahn said.
Several officials also took the stage, some reminding people of their responsibility to each other.
"Tonight we mourn and find comfort in each other," Sen. Tammy Baldwin said.
"What I hope comes out of this tonight is that we are stronger as a community because we take the time to understand each other," Mayor Tom Barrett.
Advocates also pushed for mental health awareness and gun reform.
"This can never be normal. We should not accept this as being simply okay," said Khary Penebaker, advocate for Every Town For Gun Safety.
Molson Coors will reopen its Milwaukee office and brewery on Monday, with added campus security.
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