Attendees of the Sundance Film Festival took to Main Street for a women's march in Park City, Utah. Among the celebrities spotted in the crowd were organizer Chelsea Handler, Kristen Stewart, Charlize Theron and John Legend.
"It's not 1917, it's 2017," said Handler as she addressed the crowd gathered for the rally. "Who knew we had to fight for progress we already had?"
Civil rights activist Dolores Huerta was greeted by chants of "Si se puede" as she took the stage. Huerta was slated to speak at the march in Washington, D.C., before the documentary about her life, "Dolores," was accepted into the film festival.
Californians Tina Bankhead and Rachel Gunther stood outside their hotel in Washington, watching as masses of women in pink caps streamed toward the women's march. But they kept getting funny looks. Bankhead was wearing a blue cap with an American flag and the words "TRUMP Make America Great Again."
Bankhead, a 43-year-old Mexican American woman from Orange who works in the packaging industry, stood on the corner, doing a Facebook Live video as women streamed past.
Bankhead, a volunteer for the California Trump campaign, came with Gunther, a 60-year-old fellow volunteer from Long Beach, to the inauguration and Freedom Ball. Bankhead was delighted to see Trump and the new first lady dance, and said she thought Melania Trump's white dress was gorgeous.