They may have been scattered across Atlanta, New York, Washington DC, Los Angeles, and even London, but for one day only, the likes of George Clooney, Kim Kardashian, and Kaia Gerber had one very important thing in common: their support for student-led movement March for Our Lives.
Using their star power – on stage, through song, silently marching – our favorite models, comediennes, singers, actors, actresses, and TV hosts participated in the demonstration on March 24th to call for stricter gun control and pay tribute to those who lost their lives at the school shooting in Parkland, Florida last month. See who showed up and who is keeping the conversation going via social media in the edit, below.
#MarchOfOurLives it’s so powerful and emotional…. looking around at all these kids leading us in a fight against violence, nothing seems more powerful than seeing their innocent faces and their eyes filled with pain, filled with a fear they shouldn’t even be thinking about… there’s no words to describe the outrage we feel today at what’s happening in our country, but we have a long way to go…. and the fight continues. #MarchForOurLives #NeverAgain
I hope the students of Parkland are feeling proud today seeing the massive movement they have started. The energy today in downtown LA was electric. I felt so proud to march today with my family and our friends @juliaobst @olyobst and @glenwyn! In this tight press of thousands of people i was seeing girls singing at the top of their voices, people speaking, dancing, exchanging ideas. People alone and with friends. People angry and people peaceful. All races and sexes. It was so beautiful and so powerful. I’m so happy I could be there.✊🏼⚡️ #marchforourlives #enough
What an amazing day yesterday to take my daughter to Washington DC to see our future leaders speak. Having my daughter march along-side her grandfather and parents was a day I hope she remembers forever. I know that the younger generation will vote to change these gun laws that so desperately need to be changed. Hearing these stories yesterday and meeting so many families affected by gun violence was heart breaking and I hope when it comes time to vote we all step up and vote to protect our children.