'March for Our Lives' in photos, protestors around the world advocate for gun control


WikiTribune community members document #MarchforourLives protests around the world. Add photos and different cities using EDIT STORY. Read more from WikiTribune on what the protestors were advocating.


Washington, D.C.

Tail end of main protest in Washington D.C. Photo by Mohamad Salih
Hand-made sign says "We should love our children more than assault weapons," on Pennsylvania Avenue.
Protestors on Pennsylvania Avenue. Photo by Mohamad Salih

 

New York City

“You should care about shootings on the south side of Chicago as much as you do about anywhere else,” urged Black Lives Matter NY president Hawk Newsome. Photo by Jessica Brockington for WikiTribune
Volunteers from Gays against Guns dress in white to bring attention to Sandy Hook Elementary victims. Photo: Jessica Brockington

 

Erik Branman (right) is a high school teacher and protested with Gays Against Guns. He chose to carry the photo of Aaron Feis, the Parkland football coach. Photo by Jessica Brockington for WikiTribune

 

Members of Gays Against Guns marched silently as a group wearing white clothing and veils. Each represents a slain child from Sandy Hook or MSD. Here the group is receiving photos of the children they will represent. Photo by Jessica Brockington for WikiTribune

 

Over 100 alumni of Marjory Stoneman Douglas were expected at the New York protest. Photo by Jessica Brockington for WikiTribune

 

Family of slain MSD student Gina Rose marched in NYC. Photo credit Jessica Brockington for WikiTribune

 

Nza-Ari Khepra founded Project Orange Tree after her best friend was killed by a drive-by shooting in Chicago in 2013. Orange has become the color of gun violence protest across the United States. Photo by Jessica Brockington for WikiTribune

 

Photo of banner, politicians and children at the front of the NYC March for Our Lives.
NYS Gov. Andrew Cuomo, Hawk Newsome, president of Black Lives Matter-NY, and Mayor Bill de Blasio join children in carrying at the front of the march. Photo by Jessica Brockington for WikiTribune.

 

Portland, Oregon

Demonstrators at March For Our Lives rally in Portland, Oregon
Demonstrators at March For Our Lives rally in Portland, Oregon, gather at Pioneer Courthouse Square, March 24, 2018. Photo by Chuck Thompson for WikiTribune
March For Our Lives Portland, Oregon
Demonstrators at March For Our Lives rally in Portland, Oregon, March 24, 2018. Photo by Chuck Thompson for WikiTribune

 

Chicago

Thousands gathered in Union Park in Chicago to support Parkland, Florida, and local students affected every day by gun violence. Photo by Kevin Cook
Early Saturday morning, final preparations underway at Union Park, Chicago. Photo by  Kevin Cook
Protesters in Union Park: “Students you lead, we’ll follow – the Adults.” Photo by Kevin Cook

London

Protesters in London stage a “die-in” in support for stricter U.S. gun control laws. Photo by Fiona Apps.

 

London protester's hold hand-made signs - reading "guns don't kill people" Yes they do!
London protesters hold hand-made signs. Photo by Fiona Apps
March for Our Lives, London.  Photo by Fiona Apps
Protester's hold up yellow and red signs with the silhouette of a woman's head and shoulder's - signs read 'Protect Kids, Not Guns'
March for Our Lives, London.  Photo by Fiona Apps

San Francisco

Photos of San Francisco protests by Jonathan Miller and Susan F Stone

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