If you couldn’t make the Sundance Film Festival this year — or were too tied up at one of the several Women’s Marches popping up around the country — we’ve got you covered. Check out the pictures from the “Respect Rally” in Park City, Utah, which included several actors and activists from Sundance.
“Thor: Ragnarok” star Tessa Thompson (seen here with Common) spoke early at the rally, and didn’t hold back against President Trump. “Until we see legislation and policy and a president who respects our humanity…we must continue to gather and tell each other’s stories,” said Thompson.
Jane Fonda told the crowd it’s not just about rallying — it’s about organizing. “This kind of change doesn’t just come about through protest,” said the actress and activist. “It comes through organizing.”
Signs at the Respect Rally.
Actor Nick Offerman took the stage — saying men are now realizing they have “perfectly working ears.”
Rally-goers in the snow.
“Master of None” star Lena Waithe addressed the crowd.
President Trump was a common theme at the rally.
Common performed a verse from a new song titled “The Day the Women Took Over,” as snow came down. One line that stood out: “Toilet seats down, that’s a no-brainer.”
Gloria Allred took the mic.
Actress Phoebe Waller-Bridge attended the rally.
Actress Mia Wasikowska also joined the crowd.
Jenny Wilson, a candidate for a U.S. Senate seat in Utah, addressed the crowd.
Women at the rally.