In the wake of the Parkland Florida high school massacre, protestors in America and around the world gathered in the March for our Lives protest a bid to enstate gun control and save kids' lives.


According to Mother Jones, since 1989, 97 children have been killed and 126 injuried in mass shootings in American schools. 

In that country, the topic of gun control and second amendment rights is divisive, with both sides in vehement, passionate opposition with each other. But it's hard to argue with a little girl holding a sign that reads, "If I grow up, I want to be an astraunaut." Here are the most poingnant, sometimes heartbreaking protest messages from the march. 

The most powerful signs from the March for Our Lives protest