Take back the movies | Community
On July 20 James Holmes opened fire at a theater in Aurora, Colorado on the opening night of the Batman movie "The Dark Knight Rises," killing at least 12 people and injuring at least 70 others. Click here for more details.
This incident has not only traumatized the Aurora community, but has also left its mark throughout the country.
A group of local entrepreneurs in the Denver area created a campaign "spreading some light in the dark" and it is calling it Take Back the Movies.
Its website blog of the same name has been created to explain what they are doing, such as "taking Denver to the movies" on August 4, and to encourage people to get involved and for other communities to do the same. Click HERE to learn more.
On My Neighborhood we want to know how the July 20 attack has impacted you, how you're dealing with it, and any thoughts you might have about the Take Back the Movies campaign.
Please share your comments on this News10 Facebook post.
Jeff Maher will be continuing the conversation on News10's Friday morning show and will be using these comments as part of the discussion.
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