Hundreds of thousands of people gathered in Washington DC on Saturday for the March For Our Lives protest against gun violence
Hundreds of thousands have turned out in Washington DC for the historic March for Our Lives protest against gun violence which has been heralded by the Parkland shooting survivors who organized it as the 'of a revolution'.
The event is being led by the student survivors of the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting on February 14 when 17 were slaughtered by a teenage gunman carrying a legally-purchased AR-15.
Some 800 other events are being held around the world in solidarity, but it is the DC march students hope will finally force congress to change gun laws.
The DC march began at noon on Pennsylvania Avenue between 3rd street and 12th street NW but large crowds had already formed by 8.30am. Read More From The Daily Mail.