As the #NeverAgain and #Enough movements gain momentum, the largely student-organized protests are garnering the support of the masses around the country and planet alike, many celebrities are using their platforms to help amplify the messages surrounding the important call-to-action.
As reported, Jennifer Lopez, Lady Gaga and Jimmy Fallon have each helped sponsor buses to help students and activists travel to the nation's capital in order to join the protest efforts.
The buses were part of an initiative organized by MTV and the NAACP to help encourage the youth to participate in this weekend's protests, which were organized following the Parkland high school shooting last month.
As the protests continue into Saturday afternoon, see how celebrities are participating in the March For Our Lives rally, below.
Sending my LOVE and ENCOURAGEMENT to all the young people traveling from NY & across the country to #MarchForOurLives with @MTV & @NAACP. THANK YOU for standing up & speaking out against gun violence #ENOUGH pic.twitter.com/Oe2svCSWvW— Jennifer Lopez (@JLo) March 23, 2018
.@BTWFoundation & I believe in the power of young people to create a better future. We’re so proud to stand with @MTV & @NAACP to support the young people marching for safer schools and communities. I am proud to sponsor a bus, heading from Harlem to DC for #MarchForOurLives— Lady Gaga (@ladygaga) March 24, 2018
Our bus will be one of 17 buses, representing the lives lost in the Parkland shooting and those lost every day to gun violence. Join youth from @StreetCornerRes & so many more, marching for safer communities, this weekend & every day. I am proud to support them. #NeverAgain— Lady Gaga (@ladygaga) March 24, 2018
Today is @AMarch4OurLives. I’m partnering with @MTV and @NAACP to sponsor a bus full of smart young young people traveling from NYC to #MarchForOurLives Washington, D.C. today. Thank you for standing up and saying you’ve had #ENOUGH. See you there.— jimmy fallon (@jimmyfallon) March 24, 2018
I’ll always stand for open dialogue and action - it’s the only way to ensure bad history doesn’t repeat itself. When it comes to protecting our children, all bets are off and the responsibility lies with us adults and lawmakers to listen and do. Very strong day. #MarchForOurLives pic.twitter.com/4gJ0QKdMYw— Dwayne Johnson (@TheRock) March 24, 2018
So ready to March today! Landed in DC w North & Kanye. We stand in solidarity with the survivors of gun violence & students who are calling for action on common sense gun safety laws at #MarchForOurLives around the country @AMarch4OurLives @Everytown— Kim Kardashian West (@KimKardashian) March 24, 2018
I am honored to be in DC with the Parkland survivors today. If you aren’t in the streets today please tune in on the live stream https://t.co/6RL9rnxQbH— h (@halsey) March 24, 2018
If you can get out & support @AMarch4OurLives today I am proud of this generation standing up for injustice & having their voices heard, making real change. The world is listening. Some may not know me but I stand with you @Emma4Change #marchforourlives @MSNBC @mtv @naacp @NBA pic.twitter.com/ypSeeT1LVH— TheBillRussell (@RealBillRussell) March 24, 2018
Sending all my support & encouragement to the young people from Raleigh and Greensboro, NC traveling to #MarchForOurLives with @MTV & @NAACP. Thank you for taking a stand and speaking out against gun violence #ENOUGH ✊— Nick Cannon (@NickCannon) March 24, 2018
I see people saying these kids are too young to be involved in politics. I reject that notion. John Lewis was 21 when he went to Mississippi as an original Freedom Rider. Diane Nash was 22 when she led sit-ins Nashville. Our youth have always been our future. #MarchforOurLives— Kamala Harris (@KamalaHarris) March 24, 2018