It's only been a week since the inauguration, and it's been a trying one. But women, allies across the country and the world made their voices heard last week, with celebrities joining millions as they marched in solidarity and sisterhood. Check out some of the celebs who hit the pavement to fight for women's rights.
Tell Us How You Really Feel
SZA's tee didn't mince words.
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Like TV Mother, Like TV Daughter
Yara Shahidi spoke to the crowd at the LA Women's March alongside her TV mom Tracee Ellis Ross. The actress's real mom was also in attendance marching alongside her daughter.
Photo by Yara Shahidi/Instagram
Living On A Prayer
Yvette Nicole Brown called on a higher power.
Photo by Yvette Nicole Brown/Instagram
The Aduba sisters sided with Meryl.
Photo by Uzo Aduba/Instagram
Bada-- Black Girl Magic
Kerry Washington and Laverne Cox were fierce and amazing and refused to be silent.
Photo by Kerry Washington/Instagram
Loud And Proud
Danielle Brooks and Kiersey Clemons raised their voices.
Photo by Danielle Brooks/Instagram
Words Of Resistance
Janet Mock gave a powerful speech on intersectionality, inclusivity, and how these things can only make this movement stronger.
Photo by Janet Mock/Instagram
Let Me Be Great
Yvonne didn't let Sundance stop her from showing solidarity.
Photo by Yvonne Orji/Instagram
A Message To Everyone
Alicia Keys addressed the crowd with a powerful message, "We won't stop until we are heard!"
Photo by Alicia Keys/Instagram
Marching To An Anthem
Niecy Nash got down with Debbie Allen and Jamie Lee Curtis to an anthem by Helen Reddy.
Photo by Niecy/Instagram
In The Company Of Amazing Women
Brandy, Kerry Washington, Alfre Woodard, and Jenifer Lewis teamed up for the march.
Photo by Brandy/Instagram
A Sea Of Strong Women
Regina King joined the massive crowd of wonderful women and allies.
Photo by Regina King/Instagram
We Will Not Be Silenced
Tinashe brought attention to the things that matter.
Photo by Tinashe/Instagram
The Shirt Says It All
Zendaya's tee got the message across.
Photo by Zendaya/Instagram
Why We March
LeToya Luckett marched for love and justice.
Photo by LeToya Luckett/Instagram
Marching For Autonomy
Regina Hall showed solidarity with women across the country and the world and their right to do what they want with their bodies.