Naples marchers wear orange to raise awareness about gun violence
June 3, 2017
Orange was the color of the day at a march Saturday in the streets of downtown Naples to advocate an end to gun violence.
More than 100 marchers wore bright orange clothes as they chanted: “Two, four, six, eight. Stop the violence. Stop the hate,” and “This is what democracy looks like,” as they walked past outdoor diners and motorists.
The march began at Cambier Park around 10 a.m. and made its way up and down Fifth Avenue South to observe National Gun Violence Awareness Day, which was Friday, and to join the Wear Orange movement.