famous latinas in womens march The Women's March in Washington D.C and in cities all over the world drew major attention as people took to the streets to let our current administration know that we will not let our rights be taken away easily. America Ferrera and Alicia Machado are some of the celebs who vocalized their anger by marching or supporting via social media. Have a look at our roundup of Latinos who support the movement.

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America Ferrera was one of the speakers at the march in Washington D.C. 1

Her husband Ryan Piers William was with her.

“It’s been a heartrending time to be both a woman and an immigrant in this country,” she said. “Our dignity, our character, our rights have all been under attack, and a platform of hate and division assumed power yesterday.”

“But the President is not America,” she added. “His cabinet is not America. Congress is not America. We are America. And we are here to stay.”

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Demi Lovato was present at the march in New York City. 2

Demi Lovato was present at the march in New York City.

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The Mexican-American star had the honor to introduce U2 in New York. Here with the one and only The Edge.

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Gina Rodriguez went to the march with her girlfriends. 3

Gina Rodriguez went to the march with her girlfriends.

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The Boricua actress said presente during the gathering in Los Angeles that brought together more than 750,000 people.

Jennifer Lopez's message was so on point. 4

Jennifer Lopez's message was so on point.

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She was in Miami recording new tracks for her new album, but took the time to support the movement.

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Eiza González sign was in Spanish and very powerful. 5

Eiza González sign was in Spanish and very powerful.

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"Neither saints, nor whores. Only women," it said. The actress who plays Santanico Pandemonium on the television show From Dusk till Dawn: The Series was part of the L.A. march.

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John Leguizamo shared his favorite signs. 6

John Leguizamo shared his favorite signs.

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The Colombian-American actor also shared photos with this caption "#saveAca #prochoice #lgbtq #equalPay #saveImmigrants #nomuslimregistry All issues addressed!"

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Alicia Machado attended the march in Los Angeles. 7

Alicia Machado attended the march in Los Angeles.

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The Venezuelan actress, who spoke against Donald Trump's bullying during the Presidential campaign, was there with her daughter Dinorah. They were in very good company. Here is Machado with Juliette Lewis.

Alicia Machado's daughter got to meet very strong women. 8

Alicia Machado's daughter got to meet very strong women.

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Little Dinorah was marching with Miley Cyrus and Jamie Lee Curtis.

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Jaime Camil feels strong support for the movement. 9

Jaime Camil feels strong support for the movement.

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"I live for my family, specially my wife and daughter. I'm a relentless feminist and yesterday's march was an inspiration #womensmarch," wrote the Jane the Virgin star.

Edgar Ramírez is fighting for his niece. 10

Edgar Ramírez is fighting for his niece.

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"I want to work for a world in which my little niece has the same opportunities and the same rights as her male siblings. A world in which she can make her own decisions, in which she owns her life, her body and her sexuality. A world in which she will not, and NEVER will allow herself, to be abused physically or emotionally. A world in which all girls have the right to the education she receives today. A world when she grows up not having to apologize for her success, and in which economic compensation is determined according to her abilities and personal efforts and not according to her gender. A world in which she grows up without fear to give her opinion, without fear of suspicion, without fear of loneliness; a world where she does not feel that without a man or without children, her life is not complete. A world in which - in the words of Lucy Arellano - she “deserves, values and enjoys any care or show of affection from her partner but without needing it, nor requiring it, nor depending on it for her emotional well-being". I want her to grow up aware of the oppression and the ravages of the macho mandate and rebel against it by helping other girls to be empowered #womensmarch #equality," wrote the Venezuelan actor.

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Adorable Sophie Cruz was one of the highlights of the D.C. march. 11

Adorable Sophie Cruz was one of the highlights of the D.C. march.

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We first met her when she managed to give a letter to Pope Francis during his visit to the U.S in September of 2015. At 6 years-old she is now an activist for immigrant children's rights.

“We are here together making a chain of love to protect our families. Let us fight with love, faith and courage so that our families will not be destroyed,” she said during her speech. “I also want to tell the children not to be afraid, because we are not alone. There are still many people that have their hearts filled with love… let’s keep together and fight for the rights. God is with us.”