Celebrities Take To The Streets, Social Media For March For Our Lives

Stars like Kim Kardashian, Miley Cyrus, Lin-Manuel Miranda and many more are displaying their support for the March For the Lives.

Thousands of students, teachers and active supporters and workers hit the pavement in Wa, D. C., and  in countless cities   across the country upon Saturday all for one cause: weapon reform.

A lone gunman stormed the particular halls of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School and took the life of 17 people in Parkland, Florida, on Feb. 14. Pupil survivors of that massacre are no longer informing their stories to local mass media and grieving quietly. They are having a stand to tell the world that sufficient is enough with America’ s weapon problem.

March For Our Lives is not only regarding changing our gun laws, it’ s an effort to keep children to life so they can become adults who are catalysts for change.

Luckily, many celebrities happen to be using their platforms to support and distribute the word about the march.

Taylor Swift posted upon Instagram Friday that she would make a donation to the march “ to show our support for the students, for the 03 for Our Lives campaign, for everyone impacted by these tragedies, and to support weapon reform. ”   Appear musician Lady Gaga said the girl was sponsoring a bus “ heading through Harlem to DC ” for the event.

Comedian Amy Schumer demonstrated her support by saying the girl was marching for Mayci Breaux and Jillian Johnson, two ladies who were wiped out when a gunman entered a Lafayette, Louisiana, movie theater during a showing associated with Schumer’ s movie “ Trainwreck. ”

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Here’ s what other celebrities are actually saying on social media Saturday:

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