From coast to coast, thousands of women in the United States took to the streets on Jan. 20 to commemorate the one-year anniversary of the Women's March — and dozens of stars got in on the action. Whether in Los Angeles or the Big Apple, A-Listers like Adele, Natalie Portman, and Drew Barrymore promoted women's rights, supported the #MeToo movement and shared their own experiences with sexual harassment.
"One year ago, on this stage, I was very pregnant, and we talked about the beginning of a revolution. Today, my new daughter is walking, and because of you, the revolution is rolling," Natalie said during her speech.
"You told the world that time’s up on violence. You told the world that time’s up on silence," she continued. "You told the world that it’s time for a new day, a time for a new locker room culture, time to think about every person’s desires, needs, wants, and pleasures.”
Stars who also showed up to give speeches included Eva Longoria, Scarlett Johansson, Alfre Woodard, Olivia Munn, and Viola Davis. Scroll down to see more female celebs who joined the cause to raise their voice.