Pledge to Wear Orange on June 2

On June 2, people across the country will wear orange to honor all those who have been killed -- and inspire action to stop the gun violence that takes too many lives in America.

Why orange? It's a color that symbolizes the value of human life. Hunters wear orange to alert other hunters that they're there -- as a way to take care of their own life and the lives of others. Now, we're turning orange into a symbol for the value of human life everywhere.

Fill out your information on this page to take the pledge, and you'll get a reminder to wear orange before June 2.

Take the Pledge: Wear Orange on June 2

By wearing orange on June 2 (National Gun Violence Awareness Day), we reaffirm the right of every American to live a life free from gun violence.

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