Marchers filled Central Park West as they waited for the march to begin.
Protesters were creative with the materials they used to make their signs.
Columbus Circle was full of marchers continuing down to 42nd Street and with marchers who stood by the entrances to the subway station below.
Many signs were targeted at the National Rifle Association (NRA) due to its support for weak gun laws in the United States.
A group of school-aged children holding signs in favor of gun control and mocking President Trump stand on a crowd-control barrier.
Children played on the fringes of the march.
There were many school age kids participating in the march and some, like the group in this photo, led chants followed by large groups of marchers.
A young girl sits on a man's shoulders as he holds a sign that reads "I'd rather get stabbed."
As protesters passed by President Trump's hotel on Central Park West, they booed and chanted "shame."
Photos shot on assignment for the Columbia Daily Spectator.