Moms Demand Action (against gun violence) Wear Orange events Friday and Saturday as part of nationwide effort

Wednesday, June 2, 2021

Orange the Overpass on 145th Friday

On Friday, June 4, 2021, as part of Wear Orange Weekend and following National Gun Violence Awareness Day on June 4, volunteers with the Washington chapter of Moms Demand Action, in partnership with the Everytown for Gun Safety Support Fund, will host a Wear Orange event to honor the lives of those affected by gun violence and elevate gun violence prevention efforts nationwide.

The Washington event will include volunteers and supporters of gun violence awareness raising attention to this important public health crisis.

Folks will be waving banners at Friday evening commuters spreading the word of June 4th as National Gun Violence Awareness Day and #WearOrange weekend.

Friday June 4th -  ORANGE THE OVERPASS at 145th over I-5, starting at 3pm 
Register here or just show up 

Saturday June 5th - 10am-12pm - Ronald Bog Park - SIGN WAVING AT THE PONIES

Wear Orange originated on June 2, 2015 -- what would have been Hadiya Pendleton’s 18th birthday. Orange is the color that Hadiya Pendleton’s friends wore in her honor after she was shot and killed in Chicago at the age of 15 in 2013.

In 2020, the number of people killed by gun violence exceeded 40,000 – the highest rate of gun deaths in two decades. But as gun violence has grown, so too has the movement to stop it.

The Wear Orange campaign asks everyone in America who wants to save lives from gun violence to do one simple thing on June 4, National Gun Violence Awareness Day: Wear Orange. 


Anonymous,  June 2, 2021 at 3:19 PM  

Gun violence is a horrendous heinous act! A lawful deterrence is needed against those who should never be able to care a firearm. Also the crimes associated with gun violence need harsh penalties like life in jail with no parole or a death sentence! Punishing lawful gun owners who never broke a law outside a speeding or parking ticket. Most lawful gun owners would sooner protect you or people in general in need rather than let a body count build up. That could mean saving you, a friend or family member. Punishing lawful gun owners and taking away their firearms and 2nd amendment rights is not the right way to go!

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