In addition to attending the march, Kim also retweeted a number of posts by Parkland students and used the platform to express her support for common sense gun laws.
As hundreds of thousands of people prepare to participate in The March For Our Lives demonstration in Washington, D.C. and across the United States on Saturday, they can count on Kim Kardashian and her krew to stand in solidarity with them. A black-and-white photo of Kanye and North shows their daughter riding on her dad's shoulders piggyback style.
"What an incredible day yesterday to take my daughter to Washington DC to see our future leaders speak", Kardashian captioned the photo, which she shared with her millions of followers on Instagram Sunday.
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On Twitter, Kim Kardashian posted a touching photo of Kanye and North at the event and wrote that she hopes her daughter will remember this moment forever. "Hearing these stories yesterday and meeting so many families affected by gun violence was heart breaking and I hope when it comes time to vote we all step up and vote to protect our children (sic)". Kim made no mention of her reasons for altering the picture as she posted it to Instagram, but quickly chose to switch off the comments after dealing with an influx of criticism from people over the apparent photoshopping. Both Kim Kardashian and Kanye West have been outspoken about gun violence in the past, with the rapper noting his childhood in Chicago, and the reality star referencing the frightening Paris robbery she experienced at gunpoint.
"We owe it to our children and our teachers to keep them safe while at school", she wrote. I wouldn't want my kids around it. "Mario was like we are going heavy and we are going to contour and hide and he taught me everything I know".