rights that promote a position of legal and social equality of women with men.”
Today marked a day in history with marches for women happening in multiple cities with one common goal: equal rights.
A whole lot of celebrities made their mark at the marches utilizing their star power, and hashtags to promote the events.
Madonna made headlines at the D.C rally telling President Donald Trump to “suck my d*ck“, a location that had America Ferrera, Alicia Keys, Amy Schumer, Emma Watson, Scarlett Johansson, and Bella Thorne (who we can all assume whore glitter to the march) to name a few. Ferrera delivered an opening speech that brought the crowd to tears.
The 32 year old who is best known for Ugly Betty and that movie about pants or whatever spoke alongside fellow actress Ashley Judd. The L.A march saw #DangerousWoman Ariana Grande, and BFF Liz Gillies in attendance among thousands of people.
With 750,000+ at the D.C march, it wasn’t just women marching many men became involved. Canadian filmmaker Charlie Lawton’s who latest feature film was the award winning Deadline at TOindie film fest; he has said this regarding his experience at the Toronto march:
“The march was amazing. Truly inspiring to see so many people from all walks of life March together side by side. I was so proud of Toronto coming together for a message of love and hope. There was a crackle of energy in the crowd. It felt like the start of a huge movement for good.”
He also snapped this photo:
Award winning artist and Hillary supporter John Legend was was also in attendance with wife Chrissy. While actor and director of Sadie’s Last Days On Earth director Michael Seater documented his Women’s March journey with his mom on his Instagram story, and feed.
It is important that celebrities use their voices for an impact like this, it is important we all use our voices.