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Celebrities all across the nation walked side by side with children and families as part of the March for Our Lives movement on Saturday.
Marchers held demonstrations in Washington, D.C., Los Angeles, Chicago and hundreds of other cities in protest of gun violence and mass shootings, such as the Feb. 14 massacre at a high school in Parkland, Florida, which left 17 people dead.
Prior to the marches, Justin Bieber, Miley Cyrus, Ariana Grande, Cher and countless others voiced their support for the movement. Oprah Winfrey, Taylor Swift and George and Amal Clooney have also donated thousands to the cause.
Kim Kardashian and Kanye West posed for pics at the Washington D.C. march. The two were joined by Common and Vic Mensa.
Cyrus proudly stood alongside her mother, Tish, and sisters Brandi and Noah. "Surrounded by heroines! Lucky to be here at this moment in history with the ones I love!" she captioned her Instagram pic.
Paul McCartney walked the streets of Manhattan, New York, in a black tee that read "We can end gun violence." In an interview with CNN, the iconic Beatles singer expressed why it was important for him to participate.
"One of my best friends was killed in gun violence right around here, so it's important to me," he expressed, remembering his Beatles bandmate John Lennon.
"One of my best friends was killed in gun violence right around here, so it's important to me," says Paul McCartney, remembering his Beatles bandmate John Lennon at the March for Our Lives in New York City https://t.co/u4aBKWC1Jbpic.twitter.com/8Jnjn8A3xH
Yara Shahidi, Amy Schumer, Connie Britton, Olivia Wilde and Skai Jackson took the stage as speakers at the Los Angeles march. Charlie Puth performed and later took photos with fans. Meanwhile, performers at the Washington D.C. march included Lin-Manuel Miranda, Ben Platt, Jennifer Hudson, Demi Lovato, Common, Vic Mensa, Andra Day, Cyrus and Grande.
See how other celebrities showed their support below:
I’ll always stand for open dialogue and action - it’s the only way to ensure bad history doesn’t repeat itself. When it comes to protecting our children, all bets are off and the responsibility lies with us adults and lawmakers to listen and do. Very strong day. #MarchForOurLivespic.twitter.com/4gJ0QKdMYw