CHICAGO (WLS) -- Mayor Rahm Emanuel is calling on families to help stop the spread of gun violence across the city.
"It is also the responsibility to create the fabric that brings a community together, because parents do not have a pass on the role that they have to play in raising their kids from knowing right from wrong," he said.
Emanuel spoke along with faith leaders at an anti-violence press conference at the People's Church of Harvest on the city's South Side.
Four people have been hurt in shootings across the city since Friday night.
Mayor Emanuel calls on Chicago families to help stop gun violence