Home Feature news Heart-wrenching photos from 2022 March For Our Lives

Heart-wrenching photos from 2022 March For Our Lives

Following the devastating elementary school shooting in Uvalde, Texas — just one in a string of mass shootings that recently occurred in the United States — thousands of people marched throughout the country in support of gun control on Saturday.

The events were organized by March For Our Lives, a movement that originated in 2018 after the Parkland, Florida school shooting. Now, four years later, students and others rallied in various cities to once again fight for change.

“After countless mass shootings and instances of gun violence in our communities, it’s time to take back to the streets and march for our lives,” said the official March For Our Lives site. Here are harrowing yet inspiring photos from different protests:

X Gonzalez, March For Our Lives co-founder and Parkland survivor, speaks during March For Our Lives in New York.
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protestor in blue march for our lives shirt holds sign in crowd
Demonstrator from Los Angeles March For Our Lives protest.
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protestor holds sign that reads 'when will they love their kids more than their guns' above crosses with names of ulvade victims
Crosses honor the children killed in Uvalde, Texas in Brooklyn during March For Our Lives.
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protestor holds sign with drawing of senator ted cruz with 'coward' written above
Protestor holds sign calling Texas Sen. Ted Cruz a coward at the Los Angeles protest.
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woman in hat holds sign that reads 'i should not have to march for this. enough is enough' on sidewalk
Protestor holds a sign that reads ‘I should not have to march for this. Enough is enough’ in Anaheim, California.
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boy wearing march for our lives shirt speaks from megaphone
Oakland student and organizer Alex Ibarra, 11, speaks to attendees during a March for Our Lives rally in Oakland, California.
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protestors in front of the washington monument hold signs
Student protestors at the March For Our Lives rally in Washington, D.C.
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protestor holding sign that reads 'i'm tired of fucking crying over dead kids period'
Los Angeles protestor holds sign that reads, ‘I’m tired of fucking crying over dead kids. Period.’
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