“I am speaking today not just for the #MeToos, because I am a #MeToo. When I raise my hand it’s for all the women who are still in silence, the women who are faceless,” Viola said during her speech.
Scarlett was joined on stage by Mila Kunis, who held the microphone for her. Watch the video below!
"Gender equality can't just exist outside ourselves — it must exist within. We must take responsibility not just for our actions, but for ourselves." – Actress Scarlett Johansson speaks at the Women's March in Los Angeles https://t.co/SGMjlDIoor pic.twitter.com/WAlD8miRq9
— CNN (@CNN) January 20, 2018