Some Of The Best Signs Students Made For Today’s Gun Control Walkout

Exactly one month after 17 students lost their lives in the Stoneman Douglas High School shooting, tens of thousands of students across the United States walked out of school in a protest for gun control.

Students held protest signs that implored the government to oppose the National Rifle Association and bring in gun control, asking if they were next.

In Chicago, students at Lakeview High School held ‘Wanted’ signs for Illinois Congressmen Peter Roskam, who has taken over $20 million in campaign donations from the NRA.

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In New York City, one student put handprints on their sign, with the message: “Guns don’t die, children do.” Another student wrote: “Fear has no place in our schools.”

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Yet another NYC local riffed on the entertainment rating system: “AK-47 – Rated E for Everyone”.

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In Colorado, one student held a sign to commemorate the 17 victims of the Parkland shooting, while another’s simply said, “I’m scared.”

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Plenty of students carried signs that simply asked, “Am I next?”

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Elsewhere, students shared their signs and other demonstrations online.

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And of course, there are memes: