On Saturday January 21, “Women’s March on Washington” will go down in history as the biggest inauguration protest in U.S. with over 600 marches in almost every state, 3 million all over the world. The march brought out unity, change and strength amongst our sisters but most of all, a stand that says, “We are not going to let ANYONE take away our rights, our ancestor’s rights, nor the rights of the generations to come.” Let’s check out some of our 10 favorite celebrities that took part in this monumental event.
RiRi shared an instagram picture in a pink hoodie that said, “This P***y grabs back.” The Bajan beauty also shared this encouraging message, “So proud to be a woman!! So proud of the women around the world who came together today for pro-choice!”
Alicia Keys and Janelle Monae:
“Today was a day of sisterhood and no matter where you were today we stood together in solidarity!!!,” Alicia wrote.
Jenifer Lewis, Darius McCrary and Brandy:
The talented trio showed their love and support at the Women’s March in LA.
A candid picture of the actress giving protestors words of wisdom in Los Angeles.
Tracee Ellis Ross:
Ms. Ross set the standard for the younger generations to follow in LA.
Comedian and actor chose to fight the power and support the women’s rights movement.
The “Ugly Betty” star brought the Love Army to Washington.
“We come together, all colors, all ages, all genders. Love unites us all,” she wrote.
Owner of the “Slut Walk” and feminist marched to the beat of her own drum in LA.
The singer delivered a powerful message to the crowd. Madonna also performed at the Women’s March on D.C.
There you have it, a recap of our favorite celebrities surrounded by some of the most remarkable, self-confident and loving groups of people you will ever meet. Men in the famous words of Tupac, “I think it time to kill for our women, time to HEAL our women, be REAL to our women.”
Written By: Cynthia Casimir