Celebrities Weigh Their Voices Amidst Kavanaugh Trial

Celebrities Weigh Their Voices Amidst Kavanaugh Trial

Stars took to Twitter to show their support in the powerful time of #METOO.

Stars took to Twitter to show their support in the powerful time of #METOO.

Text: Chloe Laguette

One year ago, when The New York Times published the Weinstein allegations, it induced a domino effect. The media then sent the careers of Matt Lauer, Louis C.K, Kevin Spacey, among many others on a downward spiral, and the hashtag #MeToo, blew up on social media feeds across the world.

Professor Christine Blasey Ford came forward with the news that Supreme Court Nominee sexually assaulted her when the two were in high school, and the live media coverage sparked a frenzy on social media.

Read below what some of our favorite celebrities had to say:

Jemima Kirke

Kirke revealed that she was raped by her drug dealer in her early 20's, and how she was invalidated through the judgment of her decisions.

Gloria Steinem

One sentence says it all.

America Ferrera

Ferrera expressed her thoughts on The View, stating "I saw a committee of white men be angry and I wanted to say to them — 'I take your anger and I raise you millions of women and decent men in this country who are also angry and furious."

Ava Duvernay

She's an active member of the #TIMESUP movement, which is rallying women all across the country to show up to local senator's offices or call them to delay the vote.

Amber Tamblyn

The Sisterhood of The Traveling Pants star expressed words of hope and encouragement.

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