By Dean Moses

Enraged parents rallied Sunday afternoon in Lower Manhattan for an immediate solution to gun violence, just days after an armed suspect fled into a Brooklyn school in hopes of evading police, signaling a boiling point of what they call a crime wave.

Under the pouring rainfall and upon an erected stage on the sidewalk outside City Hall Park on Broadway and Barclay Street, the NYC School Safety Coalition — a collection of parents, families, religious leaders, and community leaders — assembled mothers and fathers to decry what they feel is the sorry state of the city. When an armed suspect entered a Brooklyn school on Oct. 8 and alarmed parents, teachers and students alike, many gathered non Sunday said that was the final straw. 

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