June 2nd – WEAR ORANGE on National Gun Violence Awareness Day
Gun violence kills more than 90 Americans a day and injures hundreds more. That’s why this June 2nd on National Gun Violence Awareness Day, Americans across the country will Wear Orange—a color that demands to be seen—to send the powerful message that there is more we can do to end gun violence.
Also, consider attending one of the following WearOrange events:
- The Arts: A Vehicle for Gun Sense in Boston
- Rally in Worcester on June 3rd at 3pm. – If you are attending the MA Democratic Convention, you will already be in Worcester that day.
The #WearOrange movement was inspired by bold and creative Chicago teens who refused to be silent in the face of daily gun violence.
Learn more about WearOrange Here