Golden Globes: 5 Actresses Who Brought Activists to the Show

Golden Globes paint it black honouring #MeToo, Time's Up movements

Golden Globes: 5 Actresses Who Brought Activists to the Show

Emma Stone, meanwhile, will take Billie Jean King, whom she portrayed in "Battle of the Sexes", a Globes-nominated role.

Meryl Streep walked the red carpet with Ai-Jen Poo, the director of the National Domestic Workers Alliance, which works for "the respect, recognition, and includion in labor protections for domestic workers".

Asked about her nomination in the best actress in a miniseries category, Sarandon told CNN she "completely forgot we had another reason for being here". But the buzzword of the night - take a shot every time you hear it! - is solidarity, and Stone's guest of honor is part of a coalition of women within Time's Up who made a decision to bring activists as their dates for this year's awards.

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- Rosa Clemente, a community organizer focused on political prisoners, voter engagement and Puerto Rican independence, and who also ran for vice president on the Green Party ticket in 2008, will attend with Ms. Sarandon, a nominee for "Feud: Bette and Joan".

Amy Poehler arrived at the Golden Globes with Saru Jayaraman, whose platform is advocacy for restaurant workers.

Watson's guest was Marai Larasi, executive director of Imkaan, a black-feminist network organization.

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And Shailene Woodley brought Calina Lawrence, a member of the Suquamish Tribe and an advocate for Native Treaty Rights, the Mni Wiconi movement and #NoLNG253 movement.

Seacrest's colleague Giuliana Rancic pointed at that tonight's protest necessitated some different red carpet rules, notably that she and other journalists aren't asking "Who are you wearing?" but "What are you wearing?" "Every generation has to fight for equality and keep fighting for freedom forever", she said.

Out of solidarity with the victims of sexual harassment and assault, many women and men have said they will be dressing in black for the Globes.

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