It’s hard to believe that it’s been a year since last year’s, inaugural Women’s March. Although, that’s because it feels more like five.
Despite the daily frustrations of the past year today’s march had a spirit of hope. It may be a year later, but we’re still here, we’re still paying attention, and we’re holding individuals accountable. Read the rest of this entry
Last night, there was a shift in the award show dynamic at the Golden Globes. From red carpet interviews to their acceptance speeches the women of Hollywood delivered a message of support and unity.
The night’s top awards, in television and film, all going to projects driven by and/or starring women was the perfect finishing touch to an empowering and encouraging evening.
Meanwhile, a noticeable and vast majority of the male winners failed to acknowledge the movement at all. Surrounded by a sea of women and men dressed in black, they said nothing. Read the rest of this entry
Tomorrow, the brightest stars of the big and small screen will take to the red carpet ahead of the Golden Globes. With them they’ll bring their glitz, glamour and a movement.
In recognition of the #TimesUp and #MeToo movements, many of the stars will be wearing black. Originally dubbed a silent protest, the wardrobe change will certainly be anything but silent. Read the rest of this entry