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singpowerYet another mass shooting has devastated an American community — this time in San Bernadino, California. But the problem of gun violence goes beyond the horror of mass shootings. Each year, about 33,000 people in the U.S. die from gun violence.

We don’t just need another moment of silence. We also need a moment of action.

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 on Sunday in Acton…….join Living Our Faith and others from First Parish to add your voice.

What:             Orange Walk: We Can #EndGunViolence
When:            Sunday, December 13, 1:45 PM
Where:           Congregation Beth Elohim, 133 Prospect Street, Acton, MA

Carpool from Sudbury will meet in First Parish parking lot at 1:10 PM.

*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.