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March For Our Lives Photos: Portraits of Students in Washington Taking to the Streets in Protest

By Emmeline Zhao | March 25, 2018

A young protester holds up a handmade sign during the March for Lives rally in Washington on Saturday, March 24, 2018. (Photo credit: Emmeline Zhao)

See our complete coverage of Saturday’s March For Our Lives: 

—The inside view from Saturday’s march in Washington, D.C. 

—Video exclusive: The students we met marching for their lives 

—#MarchForOurLives: 51 memorable images from a social media spectacle

—One-on-One: 14 students talk about why they’re marching

—Analysis: Old enough to march, old enough to vote?

—A student’s voice: Why I’m marching this weekend

 

In one of the largest demonstrations since the Vietnam era, an estimated 800,000 people rallied in the March for Our Lives in Washington, D.C., on Saturday.

The march on the nation’s capital was just one of over 800 protests around the world this weekend. Chief among the activists we met: students, parents, and educators. Here are some of the school-focused scenes from the D.C. rally.

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