Yoko Ono Support Women's March 2018: 'Power to the Peaceful, Power to the People'
www.billboard.com Adele, Yoko Ono, Natalie Portman & More Support Women's March 2018: 'Power to the Peaceful, Power to the People' by Ashley Iasimone Jan 20 2018 Eva Longoria speaks as she is joined by Natalie Portman and Constance Wu at a Women's March against sexual violence and the policies of the Trump administration in Los Angeles on Jan. 20, 2018. Jae C. Hong/AP/REX/Shutterstock
Artists and actresses across the United States took part in and voiced their support on social media for the second annual Women's March on Jan. 20, one year after millions of people gathered to protest the inauguration of President Donald Trump.
This year's Women's March was spurred by the political climate as well as the innumerable recently surfaced accounts of men abusing women, and the #MeToo and #TimesUp movements that have resulted.
Celebrities joined activists in cities like Los Angeles and New York, where Halseygave a powerful reading of a poem she wrote about her own experiences with sexual abuse and rape.