Here Are All the Artists Posting About the Women's March on Washington (And Beyond)

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Protesters walk during the Women's March on Washington, with the U.S. Capitol in the background on Jan. 21, 2017 in Washington, DC. 

A seemingly endless stream of posts about the Women's March on Washington (and the concurrent marches happening around the world) poured in on social media Saturday (Jan. 21). As hundreds of thousands of people marched for women's rights a day after President Donald Trump took the office, artists who were present at the event -- as well as those tweeting messages in solidarity with friends and family who were marching -- united to share supportive messages throughout the day. 

Check out a multitude of Twitter and Instagram updates from musicians and singers of all genres below.


@happyhippiefdn @womensmarch @womensmarchla #womensmarchla #WMLA #whyimarch #hearourvoice #hh4pp

A photo posted by Miley Cyrus (@mileycyrus) on


#MavericksMarching ・・・ @mileycyrus (amazing by @jayzombie)

A photo posted by Maverick Management (@maverick) on



A photo posted by John Legend (@johnlegend) on


#women #everything #goddesses #unified #equalitynow #womensmarch

A photo posted by Ariana Grande (@arianagrande) on


Respect and love to all those who marched today! #womansmarch #todaywestoodup #proudtobeawoman

A photo posted by Jennifer Lopez (@jlo) on

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