Paris Jackson Speech at WMLA 2018 Women’s March Los Angeles 'Feminism is cool': Paris Jackson speaks out as she proudly shows her support for the Women's March in LA
Celebrities turned out in droves for the the LA Women's March on Saturday.
And Paris Jackson was one of the many stars that showed up in support of the national movement to unify those who stand for women’s rights.
The 19-year-old daughter of Michael Jackson even gave a speech at the rally as she posted a picture of her friends afterwards with the caption: 'Feminism is cool'.Showing her support: Paris Jackson, 19, showed up in support for the the LA Women's March on Saturday
Donning a grey shirt that read 'We are ALL immigrants', Paris took the stage to add her voice to the list of stars that spoke including Natalie Portman and Viola Davis.
She posed while making a peace sign and later with the hashtag MeToo painted on her hands.
Also at the LA rally were Scarlett Johansson, Lesley Ann Warren, Francesca Eastwood with her mother Frances Fisher and Marcia Gay Harden.
Adele took a photo for her 31 million Instagram followers while posing besides Cameron Diaz and Jennifer Lawrence.My turn: The daughter of Michael Jackson gave a speech at the rally
Women's marches took place across the country on Saturday just after the one year anniversary of President Donald Trump's inauguration.
Jane Fonda, Chloe Moretz and Common were in Park City, Utah, while Amy Schumer, Padma Lakshmi and Amber Tamblyn showed up in NYC.
The marches mark a year since the first protest and coincide with President Trump's one year anniversary in office.In solidarity: She posed while making a peace sign and later with the hashtag MeToo painted on her hands
This year, the marches also take on the momentum of the Me Too and Time's Up movements against sexual misconduct which were sparked with allegations against Hollywood heavyweights last year.
They also coincide with a government shutdown.
Some 250 cities across the world played host to some form of march on Saturday.
Many of the protests were directed towards Trump's immigration policies and his plans for DACA which shut down the government on Friday night when Democrats refused to move forward with talks. United front: she posted a picture of her friends afterwards with the caption: 'Feminism is cool'