Right before the third anniversary of the Sandy Hook shooting, supporters will gather all across the country to participate in Orange Walks to honor all of the lives lost to gun violence in America, and show just how determined we are to end it.
There’s an event in Iowa City — can you join us?
What: Iowa City/Coralville ORANGE WALK: We Can #EndGunViolence
When: Saturday, December 12, 10:00 AM
Where: Iowa City Public Library, 123 S Linn St, Iowa City, IA 52240, Iowa City, IA
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 like you will gather with family and friends to bundle up in as much orange as they own and walk in their town squares, schools, or houses of worship. We hope you’ll be one of them.
Join us in Iowa City and walk in honor of the 88 Americans killed and hundreds more injured every day from gun violence.
There’s an Orange Walk happening in your community, and we hope we’ll see you there.
Thanks for joining us,
National Organizing Director
Everytown for Gun Safety