Meet the Activists Who Walked the Golden Globes Red Carpet

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As The Blast reported, some of Hollywood's biggest female stars will walk the red carpet with women by their sides.

As Meryl Streep emphasized during her appearance on the E! red-carpet pre-show, it's really about inclusiveness on all fronts and making sure women in all fields have a choice.

Variety is reporting that Emma Stone, Susan Sarandon, Meryl Streep, Michelle Williams, Emma Watson, Shailene Woodley, Amy Poehler, and Laura Dern will be accompanied by notable activists.

The nominee walked the carpet with Ai-jen Poo, the executive director of the National Domestic Workers Alliance, who said she was honored to join the veteran actress. "We're saying women in Hollywood have an opportunity to amplify the issue and shine a light on things". "It's time for us to make a difference, and everyone can make a difference and reach out and learn more at TimesUpNow.com", added Dern. King founded the Women's Sports Foundation and the Women's Tennis Association, and has received the Presidential Medal of Freedom for her efforts.

- Rosa Clemente, a community organizer focused on political prisoners, voter engagement and Puerto Rican independence, and who also ran for vice president on the Green Party ticket in 2008, will attend with Ms. Sarandon, a nominee for "Feud: Bette and Joan".

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Woodley is set to bring Calina Lawrence, a Suquamish Tribe member and activist for Native American treaty and water rights.

- Saru Jayaraman, a workplace justice advocate for restaurant workers, will be Ms. Poehler's guest.

Emma Stone brought tennis legend and gender-equality trailblazer Billie Jean King.

It's an nearly certainty that all of these women will be wearing black, an initiative organised by the Time's Up campaign to stand in solidarity with those who experience sexual harassment, assault or abuse across all industries.

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