On Sunday December 13, 2015 at 5 p.m. an Orange Walk in Indian Rocks Beach will be sponsored by Citizens for Responsible Gun Laws and Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America (Everytown for Gun Safety). It will be a witness for all who want to see gun violence prevented. It will be followed by a Candlelight Vigil in honor of all those victims of gun violence since the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting in December, 2012. The walk will start at the 25th Ave. beach access in Indian Rocks Beach and return there for the vigil. Wear orange–symbolic of preventing shootings–and bring a blanket or chair.
Orange is the color hunters wear to stay safe and visible in the woods. It represents the value of human life, and it’s become a powerful symbol of the gun violence prevention movement.
At Orange Walks across the country, supporters will gather with family and friends to walk in their town squares, schools, houses of worship, and beaches in support of ending gun violence.