INDIANAPOLIS — An event was held Saturday afternoon at Lucas Oil Stadium to remember those who were killed and injured in the mass shooting at a FedEx facility in Indianapolis.
Several organizations, including the Sikh Coalition and United Sikhs, helped organized the event.
Many people who attended the event said it was part of the first steps in healing for the Indianapolis community.
There were messages of unity and calls for change as the event honored the memories, lives and legacies of the eight people killed in the shooting.
Messages from lawmakers, faith leaders and even The White House were read in person, through letters and in video messages.
Each family in attendance were presented with books filled with messages of support. The families who weren't at the event will have the book hand-delivered to them.
You can watch it below.
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