Millie Bobby Brown (‘Stranger Things’) supports to the victims of the shooting of Florida with this gesture


This Sunday has been held in several cities of United States the ‘March For Our Lives’, a demonstration whose intent is to achieve gun control in the u.s. territory to prevent that register around massive fire fights in schools and public places, such as occurred on 14 February at an institute of Florida.

Millie Bobbie Brown, star of ‘Stranger Things’, has been one of the familiar faces that have supported this initiative, although he was not present at the march. The actress who gives life to Eleven in the series of Netflix, attended the Kid’s Choice Awards 2018 with a jacket that had stamped the names of each of the victims of the shooting at Florida high school.

March for Our Lives is an opportunity for all of us to solidaricemos against gun violence. No child, teenager, parent or teacher should be afraid of entering in your school or class. This is our chance to be heard“says Brown in the message that accompanies the photo that you have posted on your account Instagram.

The demonstration also have joined celebrities like Paul McCartney, Amy Schumer, Demi Lovato and Camila Cabello.