Sunday, January 22, 2017

VIDEO – Women’s March: from Madonna to Scarlett Johansson, the american stars are also in the street – LCI

This IS DAY 1 – Saturday, January 21, in response to the inauguration of Donald Trump, hundreds of thousands of people marched in the streets of Washington, d.c., to defend, among other things, the cause of women. Of the american stars and international have decided to join the Women’s March.

Part of an initiative on the social networks, the Women’s March has taken a particular magnitude. This Saturday, January 21, a day after the inauguration of the 45th president of the United States, hundreds of thousands of people took to the streets of Washington in the United States, not to protest against Donald Trump, but to defend the cause and the rights of women. Women who have been targeted by the words misogynist and sexist business man, during the us presidential campaign. Many of the stars are transplanted into the movement. Katy Perry and Madonna had announced their intention to participate in the Women’s March.

Wearing a black bonnet with cat ears, the singer Madonna has made a surprise appearance at the “women’s March” to Washington, calling for “revolution of love”. “Are you ready to shake the world ? Welcome to the revolution of love”, said on stage the singer, before playing two songs in front of hundreds of thousands of protesters. “Welcome to our refusal as women to accept this new age of tyranny. Where women are not only in danger, but all marginalised people”, she added. “This is the beginning of a much-needed change”, “the property has not won this election, but the good will eventually prevail”, she said, before singing “Express yourself” and “Human nature”, dedicating his last song to Donald Trump.

other stars are also in the street and show their support to this antiwar movement, that many of the american media believe to be the largest gathering in response to the inauguration of a u.s. president. Starting with Scarlett Johansson who delivered a speech very applauded against the “devastating consequences” of the policy of Trump. The actress recounted several anecdotes to show the usefulness of family planning american. “There are very real consequences and devastating to the limitation of access to what should be considered as basic health care,” she said. And to add : “I (you) complies with (Donald Trump), but I ask that you give me support, me, my sister, my mother.”

on his side, Lena Dunham, feminist claimed, explains that if she is in the street it is for “the girls understand that their body belongs to them”. She adds on Twitter that “we walk together to show that our struggles are not isolated but inter-linked”. Actress Lupita’nyong’o, oscar winner in 2014 for her role in 12 Years a Slave, said on the social network that if it works, “it is for events and social or political does not steal dignity”. Singer Zendaya (preview in the clip Lemonade of Beyoncé) has posted a video of the demonstration in Washington, in which we note a crowd well compact event. She comments : “I can’t be more proud, I am there, we are there”.

For Taraji P. Henson, the star ofEmpire, “women are the answer, but only if we respond together.” An opinion shared by the singer Janelle Monae, “silence is our enemy, the noise is our weapon”. Kerry Washington, the iconic actress from the series Scandal (on the bottom of the White House), has also decided to go out in the street. Close to the couple Obama, she has not directly tweeted from the event, but shared, however, a message posted by Hillary Clinton : “Thank you for sharing, walk, and defend our values, @WomensMarch. It is more important than ever. I sincerely believe that we are stronger together”.

director Michael Moore, who had predicted the election of Donald Trump, also joined the movement. The U.s. has made a speech during the event, and says that “we are the majority”. He adds : “the streets are armoured, the subway is jammed” to show that the Women’s March is widely followed and supported in Washington. The Walk of the Women is internationalized and it has found an echo in the different capitals of the world. Paris, in particular. Actor Rami Malek (Mr Robot) is currently in the French capital and he has also decided to join the demonstration. It posts a video and says “I am proud to be at the Women’s March, this movement is global and powerful”.


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