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How Your Favorite Celebrities Showed Their Support For The Women’s March

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Talk about girl power: women in cities all over world came out in droves Saturday morning to show their support for equal rights and an end to gender discrimination. The event, which took place just one day after President Trump was sworn into office, was a cathartic experience for everyone—but seemed especially conducive to his opposers. Whether they devoted their day to protesting, or simply celebrating the power of women, so many celebs we love weren’t afraid to share the way they showed support, using social media to spread messages of hope and empowerment as they created signs to carry, marched through streets in cities including Washington D.C., Los Angeles, London, and Park City, (the list goes on and on), or just posting throwback pics with emotional, personal captions. Below find a few of our favorite photos taken all over by stars who spent the day fighting for their (and every woman’s) equal rights.

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Chelsea Handler and Charlize Theron were among the famous faces who attended Park City's march.

@amyschumer

Amy Schumer gathered her girls to march in Washington.

@zendaya

Zendaya reminisced about a photoshoot she did with Harry Belafonte, looking to the activist as motivation for marching in Washington.

@arianagrande

Ariana Grande gave some love to her grandma, who marched with the pop star and her mother. Yes ladies!

@realrrbecca

Actress Rebecca Hall captured a moment from London's festivites.

@lenadunham

The custom sweatshirts Lena Dunham had made for her and her crew to wear for Washington's march (featuring an Audrey Lorde quote) will be available for purchase soon—sign us up please!

@padmalakshmi

Top Chef host Padma Lakshmi prepared signs for herself and daughter Krishna to hold while marching in Washington.

@jessicachastain

Jessica Chastain proudly showed off her VIP passes for the Washington march.

@katyperry

Part of the caption Katy Perry included in this cute baby photo with sister Angela (who accompanied her to the D.C. march) was the empowering sentiment, "For a long time I misunderstood the true definition of being a feminist, but now that I know, I am empowered!"

@aliciakeys

Alicia Keys inspired the crowd in Washington with a quote from Maya Angelou before treating them to a performance of her hit "Girl on Fire."

@jennyslate

The cold Park City weather couldn't stop Jenny Slate from showing up to fight discrimination against women.

@mandymooremm

Mandy Moore posed with Jane Fonda and Katherine Schwarzenegger in Los Angeles.

@emrata

Emily Ratajkowski penned her fave Naomi Wolf on a sign she held during LA's march.

@badgalriri

Leave it to Rihanna to slay in her protest outfit.

@nicolerichie

Nicole Richie looked psyched to show up and support the cause.