Watch: Johansson, Judd, Keys and more speak at Women’s March

Actress Scarlett Johansson talks about how Planned Parenthood had been an important women’s health resource to her as a teen and young woman. (NBC Washington)
Ashley Judd recites bold ‘nasty woman’ poem by 19-year-old woman from Tennessee. (NBC Washington)
Grammy Award winning R&B singer Alicia Keys speaks, offers rendition of “Girl on Fire” at Women’s March. (NBC Washington)
Documentary filmmaker Michael Moore gives tips on how to politically organize for change. (NBC Washington)
Feminist icon Gloria Steinem addresses “the ocean” of pink at the start of the Women’s March rally. (NBC Washington)
D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser addresses the Women’s March, said she speaks for all women elected officials, who are disproportionately criticized and treated more harshly than male counterparts. (NBC Washington)

WASHINGTON — Speaking on issues of women’s equality, reproductive health, justice, political action and more, an assortment of celebrities and popular activists took the stage during Saturday’s Women’s March.

Here are just some of the highlights.


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