Here are 14 brown ladies who rocked the Women’s Marches

Elaine Welteroth – Editor in Chief of Teen Vogue

✊🏽Bay Area + girls with glasses represent✊🏽#womensmarchdc

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"Sometimes we must put our bodies where our beliefs are." – @gloriasteinem #womensmarchonwashington

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Zendaya Coleman – Actress, singer

That's right…

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Zoe Kravitz – Actress, front woman of LOLAWOLF

March.

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Yara Shahidi – Actress

This bright light 💥#womensmarchla

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Tracee Ellis Ross – Actress

Halsey – Singer

look cute and fight injustice

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Uzo Aduba – Actress

Sisters and sisterhood. #womensmarch

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Danielle Brooks – Actress

Women's March DC!

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A March worth remembering! #womensmarch

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Loved meeting this princess today! #kierseyclemons #womensmarch

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Kerry Washington + Laverne Cox – Actresses

Love you @lavernecox #WomensMarch #womensmarchla

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Alicia Keys – Musician, singer

Janelle Monae – Singer, record label owner

Kamala Harris – Senator

Angela Davis – Activist, scholar, author

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