Hundreds wear orange, march through Central Park against gun violence

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CENTRAL PARK — Hundreds of demonstrators wearing orange marched through Central Park Saturday to stand against gun violence.

Orange is a color usually associated with hunting.

But these activists are calling for something much different, sweeping reforms to the nation’s gun laws.

The "Orange Walk" to end gun violence, commemorates the three year anniversary of the Sandy Hook Elementary School tragedy.

The actress Julianne Moore among those marching.

They say the only way to honor gun violence victims is to keep moving forward.

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