Women's Rights Activists To Walk Golden Globes Red Carpet With Actresses

Women's Rights Activists To Walk Golden Globes Red Carpet With Actresses

Women's Rights Activists To Walk Golden Globes Red Carpet With Actresses

Actress Michelle Williams will reportedly attend along with Tarana Burke, senior director at Girls for Gender Equity and the original founder of the #MeToo hashtag movement. Streep was just as gracious to Clarkson, greeting her with an affectionate hug and kiss on the cheek, holding her hand as they chat for a few moments on the carpet. The group has called for actresses to wear black dresses to the Golden Globes, launched a legal defense fund to combat harassment in low-wage workplaces, and is campaigning for equal gender representation at leadership levels in companies across the industry.

Too much of the recent press attention has been focused on perpetrators and does not adequately address the systematic nature of violence including the importance of race, ethnicity and economic status in sexual violence and other forms of violence against women.

Meanwhile, Sarandon will bring activist and political commentator Rosa Clemente, Stone will be accompanied by former tennis pro and Women's Sport Foundation founder Billie Jean King, and Dern's plus-one will reportedly be immigration activist and Alianza Nacional de Campesinas co-founder Mónica Ramirez.

Stone's decision to bring King isn't a wholly unprecedented move; in 2015, the year Reese Witherspoon played Cheryl Strayed in Wild, the film based on Strayed's book, she took the author as her date.

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That was the case with Meryl Streep, who arrived on the red carpet with Ai-jen Poo, executive director of the National Domestic Workers Alliance. "So it's now Emma's turn to do that". "This is a movement where there's space for everyone and there's a role for everyone".

Many attending the Golden Globes will also be wearing black to protest sexual harassment.

The ceremony comes amidst a wave of change in Hollywood following on from October's revelations against Harvey Weinstein, and now Wood is among many who are attempting to find new ways top help women speak out. 'If you see a predator but dont feel you can say anything publicly, gather a handful of people and make a circle around them.

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