Yesterday in the United States, there were mass protests against the Supreme court nominee Brett kavanaugh, who was accused of sexual assault several women. The activists were joined by many celebrities: Natalie Portman, Jessica Chastain, Jane Fonda, Kerry Washington, Jamie Lee Curtis and other stars.
Some of them came out with placards on the streets, while others made statements in their social networks. Dress code the event which was called #BelieveSurvivors (in English the “believe survivors”. — Approx. ed), was declared a black color (and held in January of the award “Golden globe”), so all the stars were dressed yesterday in a total black look.
Natalie Portman believe Dr. Blasi Ford
reads a poster in the hands of Natalie Portman.
It Blaze Dr. Ford, a Professor from California, the first accused Cavanaugh in the harassment. According to her, he attacked her at a school party in 1982 (she was then 15 years old), closed mouth and tried to rape her. Despite the fact that he all these charges are called the false, to the side of the Ford and other victims Cavanaugh, who also told about the harassment on his part, stood very many.
Women need to be heard. Today I wear black in solidarity with Dr. Christine Blasi Ford
— signed picture actress.
I believe Christine Blasi Ford. But I also believe Anita hill. Experience women should be valued no less than a career man,
— have written in Twitter Heather Graham.
In the capital and a large crowd. We agree with Christine Blasi Ford
not remained aloof and Jane Fonda.
Almost all who took part in the action celebrity was accompanied by your pictures the hashtag #TimesUp #MeToo, once again reminding about the power and importance of these movements in the lives of all who have ever experienced violence and harassment.
Jessica Chastain (center)
America Ferrera and amber Tamblyn
Amy Schumer (left)
Jamie Lee Curtis
Mimi Kennedy, Anna Faris, Allison Janney