This kind of year’s Women’s March Los Angeles can be set to be a star-studded event.
On Wednesday, the idea was announced of which Viola Davis, Natalie Portman, Elizabeth Banks, Allison Janney, Connie Britton, Sarah Hyland, Mila Kunis, Eva Longoria, Ellen Barkin, Rob Reiner, as well as Mary Steenburgen, along with performers Andy Grammer as well as Keala Settle, will take the stage at Women’s March Los Angeles on Jan. 20.
Previously announced speakers include Scarlett Johansson, Chloe Bennet, Rowan Blanchard, Yvette Nicole Brown, Sophia Bush, Laverne Cox, Lea DeLaria, Tony Goldwyn, Paris Jackson, Megan Mullally, Olivia Munn, Nicole Richie, Catt Sadler, Adam Scott, Olivia Wilde, Larry Wilmore, as well as Alfre Woodard, along with performers Idina Menzel, Andra Day, Rachel Platten, Maxwell as well as The Gay Men’s Chorus of Los Angeles with Melissa Etheridge.
According to a press Discharge via the Women’s March LA Foundation, This kind of year’s march will encourage participants to use their vote, as well as will have voter registration available on-site. Speakers will address issues such as voter turnout, access, restrictions as well as intimidation as well as will discuss a plan of action leading up to the midterm elections in November 2018 as well as beyond.
The event will kick off in Pershing Square in downtown L.A. at 8:30 a.m., followed by the march at 10 A.M., as well as festivities are likely to continue until 3 p.m. Supporters can also tune in to a Facebook Live on Saturday at 11 a.m. PT to watch the speeches as well as to donate directly.
Last year’s Women’s March in downtown L.A. had an unprecedented star-studded turnout, as well as included passionate speeches via Natalie Portman as well as Kerry Washington. some other celebrities who joined the 750,000 Los Angelenos marching for the cause included Mandy Moore, Jane Fonda, Jamie Lee Curtis, Miley Cyrus, Laverne Cox, Jessica Biel, Vanessa Hudgens as well as Pink as well as Carey Hart.
Last January, Portman called out President Trump during her speech at the march.
“We need to demand freedom via fear over our bodies as well as control over our own bodies,” a then pregnant Portman told the crowd. “Thank you all for being here, as well as for showing our power to the entire world, as well as thank you to the wonderful men, who show us of which women also have many champions as well as compadres. today, via the bottom of both hearts beating inside my miraculous female body, I want to thank our fresh president. You just started off the revolution.”
Watch the powerful moment below: