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On Saturday, March 24, an estimated 800,000 people took to the streets in approximately 800 organized marches around the country to protest for gun safety legislation via March for Our Lives. From George and Amal Clooney to Reese Witherspoon, tons of stars came out and showed their support. Here, 11 celebs who rallied for March for Our Lives.

1. Demi Lovato

The “Confident” singer posed with fans in Washington, D.C., and showed her support for gun control by wearing orange.

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We hear You. We Hurt for You. We will Demand Change. @marchforourlives

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2. Reese Witherspoon

Witherspoon captured a photo of her fellow activists at the Los Angeles march and paired it with a powerful caption. 


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3. Ava Phillippe

Phillippe joined her mom in speaking out against gun violence in L.A.


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4. Amy Schumer

Schumer spoke out against gun violence at the L.A. rally, where she delivered a speech and marched alongside fans. 

5. Busy Philipps

The Los Angeles March for Our Lives was a family affair for Philipps; her husband, Marc Silverstein; and their two daughters, Cricket (4) and Birdie (9).

Amal George Clooney at March for our lives in Washington DC
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6. George and Amal Clooney

The Clooneys showed their support for gun control regulations by flying to Washington, D.C., to march alongside the students of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School. The couple was inspired by the young people’s commitment to the cause and even donated $500,000 to the event. Oprah Winfrey and Steven Spielberg followed suit. 

7. Justin Timberlake

The “Man of the Woods” singer was similarly inspired by the young voices that were present at the New York rally—especially this one and her impeccable grammar.

The next generation is shining bright. #MarchForOurLives

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8. Jimmy Fallon

The Tonight Show host captured his fellow L.A. marchers’ sparkle via the Kirakira+ app

9. Natalie Portman

Portman wrote she was “humbled” by the outpouring of support for the movement in L.A.

10. Selena Gomez

Gomez posted a strong message to encourage fans in L.A. to support the movement for gun safety reform. 

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