Debbie Allen in Los Angeles

Legendary actress and choreographer Debbie Allen showed off her best dance moves at the Women's March in Los Angeles on Saturday. The 67-year-old actress danced to Beyonce's "Crazy In Love" as legendary actresses Jane Fonda and Jamie Lynn Curtis joined in.

Alfre Woodard, Kerry Washington, Brandy Norwood in Los Angeles

Celebrities past and present participated in the star-studded Women's March in Los Angeles on Saturday. The march was an offshoot of the Women's March On Washington. Other stars in attendance included Brandy Norwood, Kerry Washington, Barbra Streisand, Kym Whitley, Jenifer Lewis, Miley Cyrus, Demi Lovato, Laverne Cox, and more.

Jane Fonda, Debbie Allen

Jane Fonda and Debbie Allen at the Women's March in Los Angeles.

Miley Cyrus in Los Angeles

Miley Cyrus at the Women's March in Los Angeles.

Kerry Washington in Los Angeles

Kerry Washington at the Women's March in Los Angeles.

Remember actress Anne Marie Johnson, who played William's uptight lady friend on Girlfriends? She's 56 now. Doesn't she look great?

Photos: FayesVision/WENN.com

  • Justlooknout

    Go Debbie Go. Love her A Legend.

  • Blaque Mahogany

    I love Debbie Allen and Phylicia Rashad.

    @Zoe. I read that link you posted about the black girl's experience in DC. That was really good! Thanks for sharing.

  • jeniefrumdabloc™

    I just saw a video of her there bussing it open Chile... Killing em ?

  • Libra80sBaby

    Great Unity.

  • https://www.etsy.com/shop/AMarieNaturals Lovezoe

    You mean Althea Tibbs

  • A-way29

    Miley looks like she's in the clouds.

  • Mr. LeBrick James

    It's great to see our President unifying so many Americans... against him.

  • Jessica

    Kerry Washington is beautiful.

  • Sucker Free

    Debbie and her joie de vivre ?

  • A-way29

    Serious question: Aside from Planned Parenthood, created/advocated by disgraced Margaret Sanger (whom hated black people), what are the other right's that women are marching for?

  • CookieMobster

    Miley Cyrus looks high as a 747. She used to be so beautiful

  • Sucker Free

    Equal pay...hello

  • Jahnée Gill Mr.Eddie Murphy

    I love Debbie Allen my mother's her twin. She looks excellent for 67.

  • missmiami305

    Looks like so much fun. I love to see women uplifting each other. We need more of that ????

  • A-way29

    for whom tho?

  • missmiami305

    Hard life

  • Are we there yet

    Well looky at all these black women. It was just said here...that this march wasnt for "us". Hmmmmm.

  • Let Your Soul Glow

    Or Nadine, Raj's wife. :)

  • Jahnée Gill Mr.Eddie Murphy

    Miley Cyrus needs an intervention ASAP. She's as high as kite in her pictures.

  • A-way29

    thats the lifestyle they live

  • missmiami305

    Yup! Partying and drugs nonstop

  • Are we there yet

    Aliens

  • Sucker Free

    Google it hun...

  • Oliver Brady

    Hello is right. Respect. Maternity leave without fear of losing their job. Insurance that covers gender specific ailments.

  • Dr. P

    Remember actress Anne Marie Johnson, who played William’s uptight lady friend on Girlfriends? She’s 56 now. Doesn’t she look great?
    __________________
    yes I remember her, she looks every day of 56 but still very pretty. Not all botoxed and filled with peanut butter and jelly

  • Oliver Brady

    I really like you?

  • datATLboi

    Beautiful

  • missmiami305
  • Libra80sBaby

    You play ALL DAYUM DAY....lmao

  • Are we there yet

    Im sorry *hugs ya neck*

  • Sucker Free

    Lol

  • Oliver Brady

    The right to sell fish plates when/wherever they want?

  • Libra80sBaby

    *HUGS BACK* (That semi-shout hug church ladies do and then the spirit transfer to the other person too, so yall shout hug together)

  • missmiami305
  • Are we there yet

    Miley been smoking on dat GAS (in my 2 Chainz voice).

  • Sucker Free

    I remember her as the horny legless baldie from I'm gonna get you sucka ?

  • Are we there yet

    Whale. I likes you too

  • Fendi aka Erin Blockabitch

    Joshua Kushner, Jared Kushner's younger brother, was also in attendance at the march in D.C.

  • jussaying

    lol i don't think she was ever beautiful. she looked average though.

  • A-way29

    we, black people, whether male or female, suffer compensation inequality. The fight will always be us not getting a fair shake in this world we live in. It's the counterpart that's fighting for equal pay. At the end of the day, in most cases, black male and women will continue to fight for equal pay.

  • http://olskoolblackflix.com Prof. Taco Juice

    I liked her best on Hollywood Shuffle and as Janine's mother on House of Pain. Still don't forgive her for leaving In the Heat of the Night for In Living Color.

  • Dr. P

    lmao!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! don't me hop after you!

  • MissKnownUnknown

    I"m just here for the pettiness. More people attended the Women's march than the inauguration, and it seems like they had a lot of fun.

    https://static.independent.co.uk/s3fs-public/styles/article_small/public/thumbnails/image/2017/01/22/11/trump-inauguration-obama-crowds.jpg

  • http://olskoolblackflix.com Prof. Taco Juice

    Did anyone else think Ashley Judd was way over the top in her speech delivery? So glad that was the east coast and not L.A..

  • A-way29

    that's great. But, these marches do not benefit us as a whole. We need to wake up to this. Whether we march alone or with other people, their needs will always be catered to. I hope ya'll get what yall looking for.

  • Are we there yet

    So who gonna come in here and say Mama Debbie she shouldnt have been at the white wimins mah-ch and she was coonin bc she cut a rug?
    *waits*

  • Browneyes

    really. as a spy or what?

  • A-way29

    what?

  • jussaying

    and they did so ALL over the world. now you know you gotta be some kind of foul and basement monster for people that don't even speak your language to curse yo arse out simultaneously across the globe in several diff languages lmfao lmfao.

  • missmiami305

    Was dude being petty or nah with this sign?? I dont believe it was the time for this....https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/46950613f21df34f2b3bb3b442263dfdb94048bcda0c3849dd0c7acf910ab6ea.png

  • hi-liter

    New Post - THE PHILOSOPER.

  • Are we there yet

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4145292/Dunkin-Donuts-worker-Ashley-Judd-s-poem-defends-it.html
    No that speech was everything. She even gave proper credit to the speech writer. Go Ashley and writer.

    "I'm not as nasty as Confederate flags being tattooed across my city. Maybe the South actually is going to rise again. Maybe for some it never really fell. Blacks are still in shackles and graves, just for being black. Slavery has been reinterpreted as the prison system in front of people who see melanin as animal skin."

  • missmiami305
  • Jahnée Gill Mr.Eddie Murphy

    I still don't think it's for us. In my opinion being black overshadows our gender. We're black first, women second to them. When it comes to increasing their numbers then they include us.

  • A-way29

    they're not. we can attach ourselves to so many marches from the moon and back. We will not get the respect as a people. Been marching over the same issues since we left the plantation fields.

  • A-way29

    they're not. we can attach ourselves to so many marches from the moon and back. We will not get the respect as a people. Been marching over the same issues since we left the plantation fields.

  • missmiami305

    I always say that. I am black first!!!!

  • missmiami305

    I always say that. I am black first!!!!

  • jussaying

    LOL. i wish i could find him and give him a hug.

  • jussaying

    LOL. i wish i could find him and give him a hug.

  • Yoni

    When I say I was just about to post THIS! I LOVE IT!!!! LMAO

  • Yoni

    When I say I was just about to post THIS! I LOVE IT!!!! LMAO

  • Are we there yet

    Slim Omar. I was done early in the read. EARLY

  • Are we there yet

    Slim Omar. I was done early in the read. EARLY

  • Are we there yet

    NOPE.

  • Are we there yet

    NOPE.

  • A-way29

    kept it 100
    sorta looks photoshopped tho

  • A-way29

    kept it 100
    sorta looks photoshopped tho

  • A-way29

    right

  • A-way29

    right

  • Chocolate Bliss

    This was the most perfect time. Now all that ish those white females talk about solidarity. Be about it.

  • Chocolate Bliss

    This was the most perfect time. Now all that ish those white females talk about solidarity. Be about it.

  • Fendi aka Erin Blockabitch

    As a lifelong Democrat who isn't drinking the Trump Kool-Aid. Naturally, the media claims he was "taking a walk outside of his hotel," while photographed in the middle of the damn march.

  • That’s Interesting

    Bleach your teeth Kerry.

  • Jahnée Gill Mr.Eddie Murphy

    Good! Let a white man check them on their privilege.

  • MissKnownUnknown

    yes the disdain is global lol

  • Yoni

    Equal pay. Well for the black woman.
    White men make what white men make.
    Black men make equal pay to white women
    Black women are the least paid and the most worked. IMO

  • hi-liter

    You couldn't go any further huh LOL

  • Junkanoo

    This march has George Soros written all over it with all the illuminati celebrities leadingvthe charge

  • Junkanoo

    This march has George Soros written all over it with all the illuminati celebrities leading the charge

  • A-way29

    hopefully, people will wake up

  • http://batman-news.com Roderick2011

    Jane Fonda better sit down somewhere before she breaks a hip with her almost 80 y/o azz.

  • jussaying

    i think both points by you and @arewethereyet are valid. yes, it's true there are denominations of the feminist movement for respective ethnicities. that's always been the case. but this does not mean we shouldn't join together with other women for the sake of acquiring basic inalienable rights as well. the problem is - as some of the pics carried by men denote - we need these same women to be our allies and support our needs and that doesn't always happen. at the same token, we march for black men all the time and they don't always come out in droves to have our backs either. this doesn't mean we think marching for BLM isn't important or not for us though, right?

  • Blak

    Sandra...Wtf are these women protesting about? How much more rights are American women looking for? Not one black face should be at this white women celebrating their privilege and periods protest.

  • https://www.etsy.com/shop/AMarieNaturals Lovezoe

    He won't being petty. It was the perfect time.

  • https://www.etsy.com/shop/AMarieNaturals Lovezoe

    Shout out for you making it last Slim.

  • http://olskoolblackflix.com Prof. Taco Juice

    Okay I'll give her credit.?

  • A-way29

    So, Ya'll willing to support this movement based on the facts concerning the founder of PPH? She hated the disable, and blacks. Yet, PPH is a pivotal piece to the womens right movement.

    Ya'll willing to ignore this just to believe that your voice is being heard?

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0Av6D6Cs8SY

  • E-VannaRootsAllEvil

    Debbie Allen???

  • A-way29

    Thanks, Sis Yoni.

    I hear you.
    black men make the same as white women? I doubt it. I speak from experience. We will always been on the bottom, male and female, compared to the other people.

    We all deserve a fair shake in this world. We're in this together.

  • Blaque Mahogany

    I feel like you are conflating issues. The pivotal piece of the women's right movement is affordable healthcare and "choice". Choice includes the right to choose an organization that was founded by a racist, but that has subsequently provided hundreds of thousands of women with affordable healthcare. For example, if I were to choose to go to planned parenthood for my annual visit, it would cost me 0$. That's right 0. However, if I go to my OBGYN, with my insurance, it is a $50 copay. The services are FREE but I have to pay the copay.

    Lastly, I don't think that my voice is being heard within the women's movement. I don't think that as a whole the women's movement supports minority issues or concerns. HOWEVER, that has nothing to do with republicans trying to stick their hand in my vagina.

  • A-way29

    I respect your opinion.

    I wouldn't say conflating tho. I'm looking at the root while everyone are enjoying the flowers blooming. In order for it to be appeasing and beneficial to the masses they offer those great services. Services which you are fortunate to utilize. Nevertheless, it's system that created to kill innocent babies. Abortion is an abomination.

    You're right about our voices being heard in any march. These marches do not support us. It's a farce.

    Republic, Democrat = same devil.

  • Blaque Mahogany

    Do you think a 10 year old should be forced to have a child? Do you think that a rape victim should be forced to have the perpetrator's child? Do you think that a victim of incest should be forced to have their child? Do you think that a woman should be forced to have a child despite the risk of death? Do you thin that a woman should be forced to have a child that is going to be terminally ill? There are a lot of instances when one has an abortion. It is not ONLY used as a method of contraception. I would argue that less than 1% of poor women use abortion as a form of contraception. Hell, where would they get the $350/$300 or however much it cost from? Over and over. Let's be real.

  • A-way29

    You're asking fair and valid questions. There's never an excuse to shed innocent blood. NEVER. Your question about a woman not being able to have a child due to health reasons that may cause death is an odd one. If that's the case, why put yourself in a position to have a child. Are there not procedures to not have that happen? Get what I'm saying? If a child may be terminally ill, let life play it's course because you never know what the outcome may be.

    Abortion was only made as a method of contraception. It's deeper than what you may know. Back in our days, our mothers will give birth no matter the situation. We read in the Torah where some even passed after labor. I'm not trying to be insensitive, just stating that there's nothing positive about abortion. nothing.

    I understand the emotional side of dealing with pregnancy issues and such. But, that's not my focus of discussion.

  • JerseyMom

    Child, I ran from anything that celebrities support.

    Where were all these women when Black women were being brutalized and/or killed by cops?

    http://pinkcottonent.blogspot.com/2016/05/updated-say-her-name-black-women-and.html

  • A-way29

    but to answer your questions,
    10 year old child having a child? who's forcing the child? are we talking about Islam?
    Rape victims? Sensitive questions. Extremely sensitive and I'll defer at this moment.
    Incest, we have a nation of that. but again, shedding innocent blood is inexcusable.

  • MsPam

    Is Debbie dancing for dollars? Why must we be the entertainment?! Just stop it already!

  • Blaque Mahogany

    If you are not going to allow the 10 yr ol d to have the child, then you are forcing her to have a kid.

    Everyone doesn't choose to have sexual relations with their relatives.

  • Blaque Mahogany

    Shyt happens. You do realize that there are women that have been on contraceptives...IUD's even and have ended up pregnant. Women that have been told they were sterile end up pregnant. Sometimes you don't know that the pregnancy is fatal until you are pregnant. What then?

    No offense. I am trying to figure out if you are a man or a young/naive woman. I'm actually anti-abortion for the record. But I would never say that abortion should NEVER happen. There is always an exception to the rule.

  • A-way29

    sensitive topic. i wont discuss this one much longer at this time. i'm aware of folks who've gone thru sexual abuse at a young age. I'm aware of the emotions and such.

    Still, no excuse to kill the innocent.

  • A-way29

    Im a 30 years old brother - figure no more.
    No excuse to killing the innocent. You believe in the Most High?

  • Blaque Mahogany

    Jesus? Yeah.

  • A-way29

    sometimes I wish Disqus had direct messaging. I share the following to explain my approach. You may know this already.

    Proverbs 6:16-19

    "16These six matters ???? hates, And seven are an abomination to Him:
    17A proud look, A lying tongue, And hands shedding innocent blood,
    18A heart devising wicked schemes, Feet quick to run to evil,
    19A false witness breathing out lies, And one who causes strife among brothers."

  • Just saying

    I used to think the same thing. Something went wrong.

  • Just saying

    I like ur opinion.

  • Just saying

    She is.

  • TaylorFinallyMadeIt

    I scrolled back up to see those buttery chiclets

  • That’s Interesting

    ???

  • AggieMom96

    Are blk ppl only capable of supporting one thing at a time?

  • A-way29

    i dont understand your question

  • the guest

    Anne Marie Johnson is a pioneering black woman in film from Robert Townsend's legendary Hollywood Shuffle to today. Really good to see her well, looking great, and standing strong.

  • ZRoJoTheLezBeyond

    He looks like he could possibly be Jewish? Maybe Italian??

  • the guest

    No one marched not even BLM when the cops killed the young sister while holding her toddler son.

  • klwbaby

    Some of these celebrities jump from one bandwagon to the next ...?

  • the guest

    Margaret founded Planned Parenthood to rob black women of choice through forced sterilization. She wanted to use abortion as a tool for genocide.

    It wasn't until white women began utilizing abortion as a choice in family planning that abortion became an issue.

    Still, to this day, abortion is promoted most in inner cities. Poor women have babies all over the world but it's the babies of poor black women that society hates.

  • A-way29

    thank you. respect.

  • the guest

    With that said, yes Planned Parenthood provides free OBGYN care.

    My issue is that PP never publicly and officially admonished its founders white supremacy. That really need to issue that statement, cease targeting poor black women for abortions, and then the organization will metaphysically renew.

    White Republicans don't care about black babies. They're prolife because they don't want white people to become a minority through abortion.

  • A-way29

    very ture, indeed. See, that's the deception part. Offer free OBGYN care so there could be a "positive" side of their presence in communities. They know these communities have a high rate of out-of-wedlock births. It just so happens to be us leading this front. So, the influence will always be there to abort the babies.

    This is the only reason they seem to be a "good" group of folks. What's the percentage of cyanide needed to kill someone? Just a drop.

  • the guest

    SPEAK!!!!

  • the guest

    His sign was dead on.

  • charallday

    Lol

  • jussaying

    did she post it in this thread? i would like to read it.

  • nick c

    Too many problems at work people don't care about low balling them at hiring.

  • nick c

    Black women are late to work all the time they also call out a lot. Hiring managers are just filling a quota and don't care about low balling pay to them.

  • lilred1

    Just whst my man said.. Just a photo op but wheres the action with all that money?
    Now t.i. is a surprise.. I'll be watching?

  • GuestSTAR

    I didn't recognize her either, thought it was someone dancin for change in the street; like you sometimes see the guy with the guitar playin for change.

  • Blaque Mahogany
  • lilred1

    *takes a deep breath, puts head back, and says: "Aaaammmeeeennnnnnn. Amen amen amen..*

  • 2brefrank

    I'm on a team with all caucasians and I'm the first one there...7am sharp...i take my time off year end...so much for stereotypes!

  • ReadingIsFundamental4Real

    Interesting... This is what the white chicks do at my job all the time knowing the Partners wont say anything to them. Put your hood back on.

  • http://www.missjhaneuniverse.com Monday

    This is where I don't support. How xan you have a love Trumps hate but you want to support a private things as Planned Parenthood to support abortion???????????????

    Were all these women on their period????

  • http://www.missjhaneuniverse.com Monday

    All that talk about her period....

    ???????

    Alieve is the best friend for cramps...not a mic

  • Filet Minion3:16

    When will they march to end world hunger or child trafficking???

  • Choppituph

    so was there a VIP Section to the march?? Looks like it! lol all them celebrateas!!!! lolol

  • what?why

    Stars and the media hi jacked the Women's Movement's goals and messages with their nonsensical political nonsense! If they want attention go back to work and entertain America. The world is laughing @ you but women are hurting.

  • Readytochokemothernatureonout

    ????? I got nothing negative from the March it was beautiful

  • Seek Truth Speak Truth

    This

  • JanusMaximus

    Omg, she's wearing UFO pants (that raver brand from the 90s)!!!

  • JanusMaximus

    Did the "Nail Salon Singer" show up to any of these protests herself?

  • Seek Truth Speak Truth

    All these lesbians, I mean femenists ??

  • Maya

    Get it Auntie Debbie!

  • Rhyme and Reason

    You are so right, but it doesn't mean we stop making noise, stop joining forces, and networking! This is one huge networking platform for many things (TBA), and only time will tell how beneficial these marches will be!

    In the meantime, YES, Black Women must keep in mind, she's always on a track all her own, but like Lady O (Oprah), empires, storied careers, new businesses will in most cases incorporate a variety of people, regardless of motives or agendas! Black Women also, lead the way of starting new businesses (no ceiling to crack), so we know the business!

  • Isignedup4this

    Didn't she go to the 'with her son' and 'with a gun' ?

  • Rhyme and Reason

    I get your message, but at the same time, I believe there is more beneath the surface that will be uncovered! I couldn't figure how why all these women came out, I mean book plane rides, drove, took buses and trains around the globe without there being concrete or precised issues or causes outlined!

    So, I did lean-in, and think it's great they're out here, not hurting anyone, galvanizing! Many Protesters are being more watchful! It can work to our advantage because we don't know exactly what's ahead with our new administration and given his control with Congress and soon the Supreme Court, it can't hurt! Black people will always have to fend for themselves, it's a conflict of interest for others to have our interests on the table! These marches are about more than sore losers or sour grapes...to be continued...

  • leapyearpisces

    No one "looks like" themselves here. They all look askew. However, yes Althea Tubbs looks great!

  • http://olskoolblackflix.com Prof. Taco Juice

    LOL Back when I had that problem Advil made me feel real good but one chick I was talking to said she would take Aleve and two shots of tequila...wish Ashley could do that and never speak of it again.

  • dontgetblocked

    Some of the most privileged people in the world, making public appearances not to help us but to help themselves make more money.

  • Rhyme and Reason

    These are VERY IMPORTANT QUESTIONS, and making abortions illegal under any or all circumstances will inevitably take more lives. Morality or human rights can't be legislated. If they don't want to fund it, that's whole other issue! You summed up this topic quite well, and of course, we will disagree, we all have our own perspectives, and some deal with realities (gray matter) differently! YOU HAVE EMPATHY!

    Then why fund drug rehab (self-induced or mental illness?) through private insurance or on taxpayers' dime?

    We think nothing of killing innocent civilians in our quest to control or police the world, under the guise of bringing democracy, yeah, right!

    Watch the plays for the oil grab with our allies like Pooty! Americans are so quick to say 'nuke em!'

  • Rhyme and Reason

    Sometimes you need a little comic relief, some laughter, humor...and they seem to have had a ball while taking a stance, and sending their message (s)!

  • Rhyme and Reason

    I'm EXCITED! I feel good that White Women are leading this march and future marches certain to come. 53 percent of White Women voted for Trump, so they should be mad! And, the amount of power he has with Congress and the Supreme Court SHOULD be of INTEREST AND CONCERN, given is proclivity to be compulsive, narcissistic, catering to his base and the GOP, so he won't be a one-term president, AIN'T HAPPENING, PEOPLE! Repealing Obamacare, and giving it over to States to decide or the Supreme deciding on women's rights for abortion or same sex marriage, or having to serve gay people or gay weddings, or eliminating the 1954 ban on tax exempt churches and clergy to separate church and state

    So, we need these people out there, and WOKE! The fakes will soon fall-off, but those looking for protection from a possible dictatorship, new forms of insidious censorship or blacklisting better march, he's that kind of guy, petty with a huge ego befitting a dictator!

  • Anji

    These women haven't had a period in ages. Trust me I know.

  • Anji

    I wonder how old you are and why you haven't noted or experienced the difference between Black life in the 50s and after the 60s. I lived Jim Crow and today ain't what it used to be although not even close to where it should.

  • Anji

    I marched in L.A. with a contingency of artists who are based in Leimert Park. Leimert is generally where everything Black culture jumps off in Los Angeles. I wanted to represent differently abled folks and for the most part men and women came out sending a basic anti-Trump message aside from the voting booth. It was exhilarating spiritually and uplifting. I do BLM also, but this one was organized. The train stations here were overwhelmed with participants.
    Many people were out with differing agendas in one unifying body. It was merely an opportunity to join with the world concerned with recent American politics. Oh and btw fug George Soros. Most of you who spout that ish ain't even out there clockin nobody.

  • missmiami305

    A beautiful sight to see I'm sure

  • missmiami305
  • Noirluv45

    I don't agree that White women are leading this march being that many of the march organizers are Black women.

  • Rhyme and Reason

    You're right! Many organizers, I've seen interviewed were Black, but the numbers, faces in the crowds were White, except in South Africa, Kenya, etc.

  • Rhyme and Reason

    You're right! Many organizers, I've seen interviewed were Black, but the numbers, faces in the crowds were White, except in South Africa, Kenya, etc.

  • Rhyme and Reason

    You're right! Many organizers, I've seen interviewed were Black, but the numbers, faces in the crowds were White, except in South Africa, Kenya, etc.

  • Sid Ellis

    He stated previously he was 30. :/

  • casiepriest33

    Bingo! I wouldn't March for "women's right". I'm black first a woman second.

  • Ms_Mobetta

    Why'd I think Debbie Reynolds was Bill Cosby in Drag..lmao

  • Dani B.

    Laverne COCKx.. that's ALL I got ! Good morning everyone.

  • sunni_daze

    The news tried to down play the Womens' March, like people don't have eyes and ears. What beautiful site it was.

  • Zeta Phi Beta 1920

    Anne Marie Johnson

    ANYONE!
    Does her tag in the pic say LAPD? Does she work for the police dept?

  • Zeta Phi Beta 1920

    It was PERFECT TIMING!
    You cant say IT IS perfect timing to march against Trump on HIS inauguration & then have a "special attitude" towards Blacks who are UNARMED & MURDERED BY COPS.
    Did you know Trump scrubbed the Whitehouse.gov , took off civil rights & in its place: Standing up for OUR Law Enforcement.

    GET WOKE!

  • A-way29

    I'm 30. We're dealing with systematic oppression. They don't/can't lynch us like they used to (though it's been reported to happen once in a while in the south). Now, they destroy us economically, mentally, and physically. Law enforcement is a perfect example. It was established to catch runaway slaves. When they were "freed", a law was later established that it was illegal to be homeless. Guess who were unable to afford housing? We were. So, that means we were back in bondage (prison) and living in the unfortunate cycle of life.

    Look at our foods options in our communities. Look at the education system. Busing our children to the suburbs for a better education shouldn't be the first option. So much set up against us.

    Yet, I understand where you're coming from. I appreciate your insight, my dear sister.

  • Noirluv45

    The number of faces that were seen were White. We have to understand that the media is selective in what they show. They are the great deceivers.

  • Yoni

    Uhm, ok. I was just explaining to ANOTHER poster what I thought the march was about. But thanks tho'.

  • Yoni

    ?????

  • Yoni

    Thanks.

  • nick c

    Black women are more likely to quit, transfer, or be terminated. Thus at negotiationing compensation the hiring manager will low ball them unless they have many references and long work history. With young white women they are afraid they will get pregnant and be gone forever especially if it's a high paying position. Thus they like only hiring women over 40 to avoid this especially with all the ridiculous maternity leave that is available.

  • Yoni

    Uhm, ok. Thanks. I guess. :shrug:

  • Violet Rose

    Too bad none of these women (actresses) encouraged the minority and in general all the women to get identification so they can vote. They also could have encouraged the more finacially stable to donate to a cause that would provide transportation and the fee foe said identification.

    While I know Ashley Judd, Madonna and the rest of these bored and overpaid actresses would never use planned parenthood for their own care why don't they encourage these women to use birth control so that unnecessary abortions do not need to happen at the tax payers expense. Because if these women really want to say my body, my choice it should be their money that pays for it. In addition if you are so strong and capable you should not depend on tax paying men to feed, cloth and shelter you in addition to a child you had no business having since you cannot afford it.

  • sunni_daze

    Huh? What you talking about Willis? It doesn't matter because you are one of those people. All you doing is complaning DID U GO? If not stfu on what they need to do.

  • Violet Rose

    I have a husband, am not a lesbian and have children I need to look after. I know I took my behind to the homeless center in my community and volunteered to serve food to the them. What did you do?

    I know your too stupid to get this but if they have the right to protest, I than have the right to verbally express my protest of their virtue signaling ( look it up ni gg er). Now go take out your dirty weave and wash your nasty p*ssy bish.

  • Chuck

    Sit ya arse down somewhere, Debbie, with your cute ass.
    Brandy looks like an alien.

  • sunni_daze

    I get it now. You are a dependent woman, so it bothers you that Independent Women/women with minds have the tatas to actually stand up and say something about women's rights. So you carry on raising what will be your weak daughter needing and depending on a man. Let grown women handle women business and take your weak a55 back to the kitchen, waiting on a man. BTW your husband loves MUNCHING on this p*ssy and you kids wanna call me Mommy!

  • Violet Rose

    No actually I was not nor am I. I worked as a social worker in the New York Foster care system and than went on to work in non profit more community based social service programs. Adopted high need children and chose to put them first. I did not waste my money on weave, drugs, alcohol or trying to keep a no good man in my home. I don't think having a ran through p*ssy destroyed by abortions make you strong, You might need to re-evaluate the hood roach that raised you. I pay taxes that allow you and these ignorant all I want to do is be a baby mama, be the losers that you are, remember that.

  • sunni_daze

    So what. Do you want a lollipop? Who cares what you send your money on. I can see that spend your lonely life trolling. Go raise dem babies and log TF off. Bish you way to concerned with nanas that aint yours. Bet don't nobody care about your nana to make it a topic. Maybe you adopted and BIG MAD because your vag was bad and don't work to actually pop out a baby of your own.

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  • Violet Rose

    Obviously you are really bothered. So I hope you step up and agree to fund a couple of abortions monthly at your own expense. You really do not care about Black women and the children that are murdered because the White government is encouraging the murder of unborn children. Learn English and stop being a typical n i g g er, imagine you might be successful in life.

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  • sunni_daze

    Yo H03 you talking out the side of your neck pick a topic, stick to it or stfu. Because if you really are a social worker YOU ARE FAILING, just by being online trolliing me all day. B!!!!!tch go save a child. With your dry @ass womb and scrambled eggs.

  • Violet Rose

    N i g ger, English please or I will have to block you. I don't speak ghetto roach.

  • sunni_daze

    Please do what ever you have to do. Because I have made you mad and I am loving. Now go kill yourself

  • Violet Rose

    I'm not mad, I just don't want to decipher n i g g er speak. See you can speak English I am proud of you ghetto roach.

  • Emily post

    What the hell were they marching for exactly? It looked more about attention seeking Hillary supporters. Seemed more attention seeking then actually political but I guess it made interesting conversation..... * Kanye Shrug* Cant understand why they entertainment industry isnt protesting itself and the industries within...,. Almost Every new singer looks like they belong in a Las Vegas Brothel... thats Feminism??? Cant take them serious. I love Debbie Allen though.
    Feminism uhmmm start with VH1 if you gonna protest something.