march for our lives

  • No, Parkland survivor Emma González did not rip up the Constitution

    The image isn't real. It's taken from a Teen Vogue video of González – surrounded by fellow survivors of the Parkland shooting — tearing up a paper shooting target.

  • Tiffany Trump Likes March For Our Lives Post

    "Enough is enough."

  • Protesters Wore Evil Eye Gloves to the March for Our Lives

    The symbol has a long and important history.

  • Jared Kushner's Younger Brother Had Vowed To #MarchForOurLives. And He Did.

    Josh Kushner, who reportedly donated $50,000 to the student-led protest march, was spotted at the rally in D.C.

  • March for Our Lives and gay activism: 'They're definitely linked for me,' says Emma González

    When González first told the Washington Post she identifies as bisexual, her fierceness suddenly made even more sense for the LGBTQ community.

  • 11-Year-Old Naomi Wadler Gave One of the Most Powerful Speeches at the March For Our Lives

    Naomi Wadler, 11 years old and already an activist, gave a powerful speech at the March For Our Lives in Washington, D.C., saying, "I am here to acknowledge and represent the African-American girls whose stories don’t make the front page of every national newspaper."

  • Kim Kardashian, Kanye West, Paul McCartney and more celebs attend March for Our Lives

    Hundreds of thousands of people around the world are taking part in March for Our Lives demonstrations, calling for an end to gun violence. The protests were sparked by a string of deadly school shootings, including the massacre in Parkland, Fla., last month. Organizers say they expected nearly a million people in Washington, D.C., alone, and celebrities such as Kim Kardashian, Kanye West, Paul McCartney, Arianna Grande and Cher were there. Click through for highlights.See the Yahoo News live blog of today’s events here. ...

  • Yolanda Renee King's Speech at March for Our Lives

    "I have a dream that enough is enough. And that this should be a gun-free world, period."

  • All the best protest signs from the March For Our Lives

    Millions of marchers gathered in cities across the country for Saturday's March For Our Lives — and they brought their best signs with them. Teens have spearheaded this movement for meaningful action on gun violence, and that age group turned out to be particularly creative with their slogans. (No surprise there.) Students from Parkland, Fla., wore price tags reading "$1.05" — the value of a human life, determined after dividing the amount of money Marco Rubio accepted from the NRA by the number of students in Florida. Even from the olds, there were plenty of witty, artful, and poignant messages to go around. SEE ALSO: Everything you need to know about the March for Our Lives Here are a few of the best. Possible contender for my fave sign of the day from Erica. She made it at 1am last night, she said laughing! #marchforourlives — Rose Troup Buchanan (@rose_catb) March 24, 2018 Best signs at #marchforourlivesSTL #marchforourlives #enough #endgunviolencenow — Erin Counihan (@erincounihan) March 24, 2018 I love this sign and I wonder if it would trigger @DLoesch. #MarchForOurLives — Molly Jong-Fast (@MollyJongFast) March 24, 2018 This sign deserves a pulitzer #marchforourlives (📸 @claremarienyc) — Liz Plank (@feministabulous) March 24, 2018 Enough said. #VetsVsTheNRA #MarchForOurLives — Jon Soltz (@jonsoltz) March 24, 2018 #SashayAway — Caro (@socarolinesays) March 24, 2018 I walked up as she was explaining the reference to an older gentleman — Mary Ann Georgantopoulos (@marygeorgant) March 24, 2018 I’m at #MarchForOurLives In Boston and this is the best sign I’ve seen so far — Marco (@SaltyBeckys) March 24, 2018 More signs here at #MarchForOurLives in D.C. — Christal Hayes (@Journo_Christal) March 24, 2018 Listen to the youth. #MarchForOurLives — Aliza ("uh-lee-zah" not Eliza) (@AlizaTweets) March 24, 2018 💕she’s 4! #marchforourlives — Brianna Provenzano (@bri_provenzano) March 24, 2018 A woman just walked up to this young girl and asked about her sign. “There was a shooting at my high school this week,” she said. #MarchForOurLives — Ben Krimmel (@BenKrimmel) March 24, 2018 WATCH: These celebrities are getting behind March for Our Lives

  • Counterprotesters plan a 'March for Our Guns' rally in Montana

    As thousands of activists across the country gather at March For Our Lives rallies, a group of Second Amendment enthusiasts is planning its own protest.

  • The Most Powerful Signs From the Marches Today

    "Class of 2019? I hope so."

  • The best photos from March for Our Lives around the world

    Hundreds of thousands of people around the world took part in March for Our Lives demonstrations, calling for an end to gun violence. The protests were sparked by a string of deadly school shootings, including the massacre in Parkland, Fla., last month. Organizers expected nearly a million in Washington, D.C., alone. Here are some of the best photos from protests.See Yahoo News live blog of today’s events here.Follow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.

  • The Parkland shooting survivors are still just kids — and their fashion makes that very clear

    The students of Marjory Stoneman Douglas made their magazine cover debut on Thursday when five of them appeared on the front of Time. On Friday, Teen Vogue launched a couple of digital covers for their March issue, where Parkland‘s Emma González and Jaclyn Corin were joined by a handful of other young gun control advocates.

  • Taylor Swift and Selena Gomez Just Got Political About March for Our Lives

    They don't often make political statements.

  • Evil eye gloves are the new pussy hats at the March for Our Lives

    Krista Suh, creator of the Pussyhat Project, started an initiative for people to knit gloves with an evil eye design for the upcoming March for Our Lives event on March 24.

  • How consumers are 'buycotting' stores like Dick's in the aftermath of Parkland shooting

    Consumers are rewarding companies for their positions in the fight against the National Rifle Association with purchases. Could it mark a sea change?

  • Gucci donates $500,000 to March for Our Lives

    The fashion house makes the donation ahead of the Washington march next month