• Women's March Draws Tens of Thousands

    1 month ago - By WWD

    The knitted, pink “pussy” hats are back - at least for the weekend.
    More than 120,000 protesters, clusters of which wore the ugly but eye-catching pink hats, gathered in New York and tens of thousands in dozens of other cities across the U.S. for the second Women's March.
    As in 2016's march, which drew an estimated 2.4 million people in various major cities, anti-Trump sentiment was rife among those taking part in the New York, but with the recent spate of sexual harassment and and assault claims against men in film, television and media, what's now being called the MeToo movement was well...
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  • L.A. Women's March: Celebrities Swarm to Support the Movement

    1 month ago - By TMZ

    Olivia Munn, Eva Longoria, Scarlett Johansson and Ilana Glazer were just some of the stars who showed up for the Women's March in L.A. Saturday to support the movement. TMZ got several celebs coming and going... who told us their reasons for...
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  • Best Celebrity Messages About the Women's March

    1 month ago - By Teen Vogue

    Find out what some of the biggest celebrities are saying about the Women's March, including Camila Mendes, Tyra Banks, Halsey, and more.
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  • Why Are Some Black Women Skipping This Year's Women's March?

    1 month ago - By Essence

    Thousands of women around the country descended on Washington D.C. Saturday to attend the 2nd annual Women's March. But many black women have made it clear that they will not to attend this year's historic event, nor the smaller marches taking place around the country.
    “The reason I'm not going is because after having attended the march last year, I am well aware that the Women's March is not for women like me,” writer S.T. Holloway said in an op-ed for the Huffington Post.
    She added: “It represented the continued neglect, dismissal and disregard of the issues affecting black women and...
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