The Women's March on Trump has brought out millions worldwide.
One day after Donald Trump's inauguration, 2.5 million people have come together in cities around the world to take part in the Women's March in protest of the new president. The main demonstration in Washington D.C. brought over 500,000 people alone, and social media has been abuzz with support for the cause, with many recording artists and other celebrities aligning themselves with the protest.
Rihanna, Kehlani, Taraji P. Henson, Rita Ora, K. Michelle, Swizz Beatz, Elijah Blake, and Amber Rose are a few of the figures who have made a point of showing support for the protest. View their posts below. We will update throughout the day with further posts from artists and entertainers.
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"You may not control all the events that happen to you, but you can decide not to be reduced by them." -- Maya Angelou #WhyIMarch: because I have decided not to be reduced by any events, social or political, that aim to rob me of my dignity. #FBF Maya Angelou and Gloria Steinem en route to the 20th Anniversary of the Civil Rights March on Washington on August 17th, 1983 (photo via @womensmarch via @somethingartists)