Newswire: Here’s America Ferrera, Scarlett Johansson, and more speaking at the Women’s March

Today, people have flocked to the streets all around the country (and the world) to stand for women’s rights and to protest Donald Trump, Mike Pence, and every other sexist, racist, xenophobic creep who thinks they’ve just woken up in a world under their control. The Women’s March On Washington was the day’s main event, and a number of famous people decided to use their status to draw more attention to the threat Trump’s administration poses to women, immigrants, and pretty much everyone else whose last name isn’t Trump.

The Hollywood Reporter shared a clip of a speech from Scarlett Johansson Twitter:

Scarlett Johansson speaks directly to Trump in personal #PlannedParenthood story at the #WomensMarch pic.twitter.com/8q0cfhguY3

— Hollywood Reporter (@THR) January 21, 2017

Along with a clip of Ashley Judd reciting a dramatic poem written by a concerned 19-year-old:

Ashley Judd joins …

Today, people have flocked to the streets all around the country (and the world) to stand for women’s rights and to protest Donald Trump, Mike Pence, and every other sexist, racist, xenophobic creep who thinks they’ve just woken up in a world under their control. The Women’s March On Washington was the day’s main event, and a number of famous people decided to use their status to draw more attention to the threat Trump’s administration poses to women, immigrants, and pretty much everyone else whose last name isn’t Trump.

The Hollywood Reporter shared a clip of a speech from Scarlett Johansson Twitter:

Along with a clip of Ashley Judd reciting a dramatic poem written by a concerned 19-year-old: