March for Our Lives 2018: See the Thousands of Students Taking to the Streets Around the World
MARCH ON WASHINGTON
Thousands take the streets in Washington D.C. for March for Our Lives.
Two women wipe away tears as they arrive at the March for Our Lives demonstration in Washington D.C.
Students at Great Mills High School in Maryland — where a 16-year-old student was shot and killed by a 17-year-old gunman on Tuesday — took part in the main March for Our Lives demonstration in Washington D.C.
A march also took place in Parkland, Florida, where the deadly Feb. 14 shooting took place.
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Protesters held up colorful and powerful signs at the march in D.C.
Hundreds gathered at the Parkland, Florida, protest, which took place just a few miles from Mar-a-Lago, where the Trump family was spending another weekend away from D.C.
French and American protesters also showed support for March for Our Lives with a sister demonstration in Paris.
Thousands took to the streets in New York City for the sister March for Our Lives protest.
Demonstrators dressed in white and held up information about victims of school shootings at the protest in New York City.
COAST TO COAST
Young protesters also gathered as a sister march in Los Angeles.
THE WORLD'S ATTENTION
Demonstrators also gathered outside the European headquarters for the United Nations in Geneva, Switzerland.
A young protester held up a sign showing the age she was during different mass shootings at the march in Washington D.C.
A SISTER'S PAIN
Ali Ross (center), whose sister was killed in the deadly 1996 Dunblane shooting in Scotland where 16 young children and one teacher were gunned down by 43-year-old shooter, attends the March for Our Lives rally in Edinburgh, Scotland.
Students from Centreville, Virgina, wear targets on their chest as they take part in the march in Washington D.C.
WORLD SPEAKING OUT
Hundreds of protesters demonstrated outside the U.S. Consulate in Edinburgh to urge the American government to move towards gun safety.
Thousands of protesters prepared to march in Washington D.C. on Saturday.
Protesters at a March for Our Lives in London staged a "die-in" at their rally on Saturday.
STUDENTS SPEAKING OUT
Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School Student Sarah Chadwick addressed the crowd at the Washington, D.C. march.
A group of young demonstrators made coordinated signs for the rally in Washington, D.C.
TALK TO THE HAND
Protesters wrote "Don't Shoot" on the palms of their hands at the rally in Washington D.C.