Paul McCartney makes heartfelt plea to end gun violence at #MarchForOurLives rally

Lucy Bush
Марта 25, 2018

The singer was among hundreds of thousands of people who took part in marches across the United States, following a spate of mass shootings in the country.

McCartney was one of many musicians and performers who publicly voiced their support for March for Our Lives on Saturday.

"I don't know [if we can end gun violence]" He said.

McCartney was referring to John Lennon, who was shot to death in the archway of his residence in 1980.

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Former Beatle Sir Paul McCartney joins the rally during a "March For Our Lives" demonstration demanding gun control in New York City, U.S. March 24, 2018. "I invite you to give us your brain power". Unfortunately, many of these people have heartbreaking stories to tell about how loved ones were killed from being shot, and Paul McCartney is among one of those storytellers.

Celebrities like Ariana Grande, Miley Cyrus, Demi Lovato, Lin-Manuel Miranda, Andra Day, and Common performed at the event's sister rally in Washington DC.

The main protest organised by students in the wake of the massacre at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School is being held in Washington DC but hundreds more are taking place across the USA and world including in New York City.

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