1 Mission. 300 Chapters.
100% Youth-led.

We’re March For Our Lives, the generation that will end gun violence in America. We started in Parkland, Florida and went on to organize the single largest protest in gun violence history with a historic march on Washington, D.C., joined by 800 sibling marches around the world. Since that day, we have crisscrossed the country, connecting with activists in every state along the way, and are now 300 chapters strong.

We’re youth-led. We fight against all forms of gun violence. And we’re not afraid to call B.S.

Our Board

Ariel Hobbs
Board Member
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“If you are neutral in situations of injustice you have chosen the side of the oppressor”

– Desmond Tutu

David Hogg
Board Member
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War is not healthy for children and other living things

Tyah-Amoy Roberts
Board Member
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BLACK LIVES MATTER

Bria Smith
Board Member
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revolutionize, damn!

Aileen Adams
Board Member
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We shall overcome!

Jeri Rhodes
Board Member
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Love thy neighbor (no exceptions)

Melissa Scholz
Board Member
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If you don’t like how we MARCH, wait ’til you see how we VOTE!

Nina Vinik
Board Member
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Go big or go home!

Vernetta Walker
Board Member
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Protect children, not guns!

Student Congress

Our Student Congress is a group of exceptional students and activists from around the country who help lead this nationwide movement. Student Congress Members collectively advise on our strategy and direction, ensuring March For Our Lives will always be youth-led. Student Congress Members lead dedicated committees to address advocacy, ARTivism, and social media, as well as diversity, equity, and inclusion.

Nurah Abdulhaqq
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Dissent is patriotic

Thandiwe Abdullah
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All Power To The People!

Trevon Bosley
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POVERTY IS VIOLENCE

Kelly Choi
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“Not everything that is faced can be changed, but nothing can be changed until it is faced” – James Baldwin

Jaclyn Corin
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The students have become the teachers

Kahlil Darden
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Darkness cannot drive out darkness; only light can do that. Hate cannot drive out hate; only love can do that

Micheal Filmore
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It’s also about Khobi.
Denali.
Nathan.
Dameon.
Haidya.
Trayvon.
It’s even about the murder of Emmit Till in 1955.

Sarah Fishkind
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The power of the people is stronger than the people in power

Lauren Henry
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We are the ones we’ve been waiting for

Lauren Hogg
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History has its eyes on you, so it’s in your best interest to make the right decision

Sara Jado
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“Hate cannot drive out hate; only love can do that.” – MLK

Micaela Lattimer
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Sí Se Puede

Charlie Mirksy
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Enough is enough

Daud Mumin
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“Sorry for the inconvenience, we are trying to change the world” – unknown

Matthew Okbu Kahsay
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NO JUSTICE, NO PEACE

Delaney Tarr
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This is What Democracy Looks Like

Sofie Whitney
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Injustice ANYWHERE is a threat to justice EVERYWHERE

Daniel Williams
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Dumbledore wouldn’t let this happen

Our HQ

Alexis Confer
Executive Director
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Together we rise

Amanda Conlee
Director of Operations
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Equal rights for others doesn’t mean less rights for you. It’s not cake.

Natalie Fall
Director of Development
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We’re the daughters of the witches you didn’t burn

Maxwell Frost
National Organizing Director
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Solidarity Forever 👊

Kruti Patel
Logistics Manager
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I can’t believe we still have to protest this sh*t

Gaby Salazar
Network Coordinator
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El que se cansa, pierde


What We Do

137 LAWS

to prevent gun violence have passed since the shooting in Parkland, Florida.

AUG. 2019

We released A Peace Plan For A Safer America, the first-of-its-kind bold agenda for ending gun violence in America.

OCT. 2019

Assembly Bills 59 and 963, legislation written by MFOL California, were signed into law to help strengthen civic engagement on college campuses.

Our Policy Team

Eve Levenson
Federal Affairs Manager
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Why is my body more regulated than your gun?

Emma Rowland
Advocacy Associate
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I am no longer accepting the things I cannot change. I am changing the things I cannot accept.

Haley Talati
Policy Researcher
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Thoughts and Prayers Policy and Change

Tatiana Washington
Advocacy Associate
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My weapon of choice? 🗳

Our Organizing Team

Matthew Hogenmiller
Regional Director - Central
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We are missing our lessons so we can teach you one

Perry Meade
Regional Director - Pacific Coast
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This is not a moment, this is a movement

Vikiana Petit-Homme
Regional Director - Northeast
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My liberation is tied to yours!

Amanda Schuerman
Regional Director - Southwest
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Love is power

Briana Spainhour
Regional Director - Mid-Atlantic
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You can’t fix stupid, but you can vote it out

Linnea Stanton
Regional Director - Midwest
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Respect existence or expect resistance

Trevor Wild
Regional Director - Southeast
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Take Naps, Stay Woke

END GUN VIOLENCE.

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There's a gun violence epidemic in America. Mothers, fathers, sons, and daughters are dying – more than 100 every day. While our leaders and the NRA send thoughts and prayers, we bury loved ones taken from us by senseless violence.

Now is not the time to stand by and accept that daily gun violence is just the reality of life in America. Now is the time to fight. We need you to fight with us.