Four things to know about Saturday's March for Our Lives event in Chattanooga

An attendee at a rally against gun violence holds signs that read "March for Our Lives March 24" and "Take Guns Out of the Equation," Tuesday, March 6, 2018, at the Capitol in Olympia, Wash. The rally was held on the same day Gov. Inslee was scheduled to sign a bill banning the sale and possession of gun bump stocks in the state of Washington. (AP Photo/Ted S. Warren)

This weekend, students and adults in Chattanooga will come together to join a national movement calling for an end to gun violence and safer schools.

Chattanooga's March for Our Lives is one of many such events happening across the country Saturday, part of the movement launched by survivors of the shooting at a Parkland, Fla. high school in February that left 17 dead.

Locally, the group of students, Chattanooga Students Leading Change, that planned school walkouts last week has been organizing Saturday's march.

Here's what you need to know about Saturday's event:

1. Who is behind it?

Chattanooga Students Leading Change (CSLC) is a group of students from various schools across Hamilton County that formed after the Parkland shooting. The students, many of whom are from area private or suburban high schools, have been meeting weekly at St.