Has your mayor declared June 2 Gun Violence Awareness Day?

Millions of Americans are coming together on June 2 to wear orange and call for an end to gun violence in America. Ask your Mayor to join the fight by declaring June 2nd Gun Violence Awareness Day in your city.

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Millions of Americans in cities and small towns from coast to coast will Wear Orange to honor the victims and survivors of gun violence on June 2 — National Gun Violence Awareness Day. It's a simple statement, but when all of us act together on a single day, every social network, television, chamber of power, and town will reverberate with our call for a future free from gun violence. June 2 is the birthday of Hadiya Pendleton, a teenager shot and killed on the South Side of Chicago just one week after performing at President Obama's inauguration. What started as an effort by her friends to honor her memory has turned into a nationwide movement to raise awareness of all victims and survivors of gun violence. Join or start a campaign to ask your Mayor to officially declare June 2 Gun Violence Awareness Day. The more cities and towns on board, the louder our call for a future free from gun violence will become.