These are the posters students carried at the March for Our Lives
Updated 5:12 PM ET, Sat March 24, 2018
(CNN)Two years ago, a bullet robbed De'Janae Gilliam of her ability to walk. But when students around the nation took to the streets for the March For Our Lives, Gilliam made sure she was there with them.
With the help of her former art teacher Kate DeCiccio, Gilliam transformed her traumatic experience into a poster, one in a series that was distributed to students for the weekend event.
"Help me save lives," it says. "Gun violence almost took mine."
"It's one thing to create a visual with powerful words to reach the people, but it's also one thing to be featured in