Minnesotans March in Solidarity After Paris Attacks
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) - Hundreds of people marched from a French-language school and culture center in Minneapolis to a local church to show solidarity with France.
Sunday's march happened two days after attacks left more than 130 people dead in Paris.
The marchers reportedly left candles, flowers and a miniature Eiffel Tower outside Alliance Francaise, a French language and culture center. The group then marched down Hennepin Avenue toward the Basilica of St. Mary for a service.
Basilica staff estimated about 800 people attended.