People gathered in Appleton last night for a vigil to remember the victims and survivors of gun violence.
The event was one of 200 taking place across the country and it marks the 5th anniversary of the Sandy Hook shooting.
Five members of the community spoke about the issue including Shannon Knall. She lives in Appleton but lived in Connecticut when the shooting happened.
The vigil was also a chance for the speakers to talk about a new bill that would let people in the state carry a concealed weapon without a license. They say the current licensing process should stay in place.