More Than A Million People Attend March For Our Lives Rallies

Well over 1 million students — and their supporters — packed the streets in Washington, D.C., and around the globe Saturday to make a powerful statement against gun violence and call on lawmakers to pass stricter laws or face their wrath at the polls.

Busload after busload filled the nation’s capital with students from across the country, including some from as far away as California and Minnesota, for the March for Our Lives, a rally announced just days after a Valentine’s Day shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla.

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Tomorrow I March with our Kids

On Saturday March 24, I march with America’s kids.

I march for their lives and I march to restore civilized
norms to our democracy,  the use of reason and the rule
of law.

Tomorrow we march with the facts.

a poster deisigned by Doug Gould depicting a bloody flag and the number og deaths by gun in mass shootings since Sandy Hook
Be Armed With Facts

a poster deisigned by Doug Gould depicting a bloody flag and the number of school shootings since Sandy Hook
Be Armed With Facts

Tomorrow,  I march with our kids.

A graphic design by Javier Perez that reads 'Stop Gun Violence' and shows Trump spitting bullets
Stop Gun Violence

Find a march near you: March for our Lives

power to the people John Lennon March for our Lives
#MarchForOurLives
#MarchForOurLives

A poster of Emma for Change power to the people
#NeverAgain

#NeverAgain