"Women's March" in the US: Jennifer Lawrence, Cameron Diaz, Adele and other stars
In the largest cities of the United States, a large-scale march took place, the purpose of which was to urge the current government to seriously address the rights of women. In the United States for the second time was a large-scale "March of Women". This is a kind of protest action against the policy of Donald Trump. Protesters advocate for women's rights, the rights of the LGBT community, issues of racial equality, freedom of religion and workers' rights, as well as issues related to the reform of the immigration regime and US health reform.
The first such march took place last year the day after the inauguration of Donald Trump. According to journalists, the procession has become the largest in the history.
Then, on the first working day of the new president, ordinary citizens decided to show him that women's rights are also human rights that need to be protected. This year, the movement gained momentum. Now feminists have the TimesUp fund dealing with equality issues, and the colossal support of celebrities around the world.
A large-scale procession was supported by many stars. Among those who openly supported the strikers were Katy Perry, Eva Longoria, Cameron Diaz, Adele, Jennifer Lawrence, Jessica Alba, Olivia Mann, Naomi Campbell, Scarlett Johansson, Olivia Wilde, Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis, Faller Williams, Mark Ruffalo , Drew Barrymore, Emma Watson, Ashley Graham and many others.#likes #likesforlikes #likes4likes #likesforfollow #likebackteam #likesreturned #likesforlike #l4l #liker #liketeam #likeback#follow #followme #follow4follow #followforfollow #followback #followher #followhim #followall #follows #f4f #instatag #teamfollowback #pleasefollow #pleasefollowme