Members of the National Action Network’s (NAN) Youth Huddle are holding a prayer vigil on Monday denouncing the viral video of a brawl that occurred at a McDonald’s.
Rev. Al Sharpton’s daughters, Ashley and Dominique, are leading the vigil along with community members, NAN’s Northeast Regional Director Kirsten Foy and NAN Brooklyn East Chapter President Kevin McCall will also be at the vigil.
The group will gather in front of the McDonald’s where the brawl took place located at 943 Flatbush Avenue between Church and Snyder Avenues.
A cellphone video that went viral last week shows six teen girls viciously attacking another teen girl at the fast food restaurant. Five of the girls involved in the brawl have been arrested. One was arrested in Atlanta where she was boarding a plane headed for Jamaica.
According to NAN, the youth will stand for peace and denounce recent violence in Brooklyn and is holding the vigil to encourage unity amongst neighborhood high school students.