JUPITER, Fla. - The color orange was worn Saturday throughout the nation for National Gun Violence Prevention Day.
The people dressed in orange at Roger Dean Stadium in Jupiter were hoping others pay attention to their message.
"By wearing orange we are sympathizing with all of those that have had lives cut short or affected by gun violence," Carolina Buia Barefoot said.
Buia-Barefoot is the spokesperson for Moms Demand Action North Palm Beach Chapter and they chose to spread their message at the ball park.
"The Parkland shooting affected all of us," Buia-Barefoot said. 'It reverberated in all of our communities. We were so close to that shooting and we have banded together because enough is enough. We want to make our schools secure."
Justin Yeoward knows first-hand the affects of gun violence. His son attends Ston…