Meet the Activists Who Accompanied Celebrities on the Golden Globes Red Carpet

Actresses Meryl Streep, Emma Stone, and Laura Dern - among others - used their arrival to shine a light on the changing post-Weinstein culture.

Evan Rachel Wood has called on Golden Globes attendees to "gather a handful of people and make a circle around" any predators they may see at the event. King said it was "one of the highlights" of her life to attend on such an important night. Jayaraman advocates for restaurant workers, fighting to raise wages and labor standards in the field.

Billie Jean King, the tennis champion who founded the Women's Tennis Association, will accompany Stone, who is up for a Globe for her portrayal of King in the film Battle Of The Sexes.

Activist Marai Larasi and actress Emma Watson.

Women's rights activists will walk the red carpet alongside actresses at the Golden Globes tonight, to help vocalize the message that #TimesUp is a campaign for gender equality that reaches beyond Hollywood.

The actress, who will be presenting at the event tonight, walked the annual event with Marai, the leader of Imkaan, a United Kingdom -based women's organization that is aimed at responding to and preventing violence against black minoritized women and girls.

Meryl Streep will be bringing Ai-Jen Poo, who is the director of hte National Domestic Workers Alliance.

- Calina Lawrence, a Suquamish Tribe member, singer and activist for, among other causes, Native American treaty and water rights, will be going with Ms. Woodley.

Actors and actresses are wearing black (and special pins) to express their support of the Time's Up Campaign, which is not only an effort to spread awareness of sexual harassment, assault and misconduct in Hollywood, but also, according to its mission statement, a movement for "inclusion of women and marginalized people" and "equity and parity across all industries".

The Time's Up campaign will hit the red carpet at the 2018 Golden Globes Sunday in full force, and it won't just be because actresses and actors have chose to wear black in solidarity with the #MeToo movement. In a statement released before the Golden Globes, Poo wrote: "I'm honored to attend the Golden Globes representing the 2.5 million nannies, house cleaners and home care workers that care for our families and homes".

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