ICYMI: Here's a comprehensive list of celebrities who promoted and/or participating in the Women's March on Washington in D.C. and other major cities:

Rihanna, Alicia Keys, Madonna, Katy Perry, Miley Cyrus, America Ferrera (and her Ugly Betty co-stars), Scarlett Johansson, Ashley Judd, Kim Kardashian, Kesha, Beyonce, Vanessa Hudgens, Lauren Jauregui (Fifth Harmony), Emma Watson, Nick Offerman (Parks and Rec.), Amy Schumer, Janelle Monae, Halsey, Kendall Jenner, Laverne Cox, Kerry Washington, Mark Hamill, Jessica Chastain, James Franco, Mandy Moore, Wesley Snipes, Charlize Theron, Chelsea Handler, Demi Lovato, Zendaya, Sir Ian McKellan, Olivia Wilde, Chrissy Teigen, Ellen Page, Lena Dunham and the list is ever growing as we stumble across photo evidence from Saturday’s rallies held world-wide.

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Closer to home, Ottawa held its own with a staggering 8,000 in attendance (est.).

Thousands of women, with a strong representation of men and children, descended on the Ottawa Human Rights Monument near City Hall Saturday morning to march in support of sister organizations in Washington and around the world.
The marches were to protest the new administration of President Donald Trump, with a focus on protecting and advancing women’s rights.
— Ottawa Citizen

Read their article Ottawa marchers kick off protest in support of women's march in Washington by CLICKING HERE.

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In related news, "Pussy Hats" are taking over! You'll see 'em in most of the photos associated with the Women's March on Washington. Pink, hand knit toques with cute cat ears on top have become a symbol of solidarity following Trump's gross convo with Billy Bush from 2005 that was leaked. Women have decided to take back the term and use it to promote strength and solidarity. Plus, who doesn't love a good pink toque?

Read more about the Pussy Hat Project by CLICKING HERE.