Since it first became known that Golden Globes attendees planned to wear black on the red carpet to show solidarity for the victims of sexual assault and gender inequality worldwide, there has been an overwhelming response of support for the movement.
If the historic red carpet blackout left you wondering what it was all about, a few actresses and industry insiders took to Twitter to explain their personal motivations behind supporting the powerful style statement. Here's what they had to say.
Please join us in wearing black tomorrow in solidarity with men and women asking for equality, respect and meaningful change within all industries.— Alyssa Milano (@Alyssa_Milano) January 7, 2018
Pass it on. #WhyWeWearBlack #Time'sUp pic.twitter.com/nyyno6tNk1
I am wearing black today because balance and inclusion and diversity is not some kind of allowance to be made to accommodate people. No, sir. It is a correction of an error. It is a righting of a wrong. And it is going to be done. Now. #TimesUp pic.twitter.com/nVkhWubEwq— Ava DuVernay (@ava) January 7, 2018
We are a women led campaign but we are standing for ALL marginalized people.— kerry washington (@kerrywashington) January 7, 2018
STAND WITH US.
Wear black today. Tag us @traceeellisross @RWitherspoon @TessaThompson_x @iamrashidajones @brielarson @timesupnow
Learn more here https://t.co/8FDE7mlwRq. #timesup #WhyWeWearBlack pic.twitter.com/UDbxB3055S
Because the numbers don’t lie.— Uzo Aduba (@UzoAduba) January 7, 2018
Because tomorrow is too far.
Because your fight is my fight.
Because enough is enough.
Because it’s time.
That’s why. #WhyWeWearBlack #TimesUp #GoldenGlobes pic.twitter.com/VseCNXLUIe
BECAUSE EVERY WOMAN, EVERYWHERE, HAS POWER AND A VOICE.— America Ferrera (@AmericaFerrera) January 7, 2018
BECAUSE EVERY WOMAN, EVERYWHERE, DESERVES SAFETY AND DIGNITY.
Why do you wear black? And I wanna see a pic of you in black! Tweet at me please! #WHYWEWEARBLACK #TIMESUP pic.twitter.com/P8FmclrI5a
Join our movement! Tell us why you wear black today w/ the hashtag #whywewearblack 🖤 For more info on all our upcoming actions follow @TIMESUPNOW and don't forget to tag us so we can see and share too!! pic.twitter.com/SIvXPqCbfF
— Constance Wu (@ConstanceWu) January 7, 2018