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In addition to the various silent protests such as wearing black or a Time's Up pin, some of the most successful women in the entertainment industry will reportedly be bringing activists rather than significant others as dates in order to show support for those affected by sexual harassment and assault.

Celebs like Emma Watson, Laura Dern, Michelle Williams and Amy Poehler will be walking the carpet alongside women's rights activists in affiliation with the Time's Up campaign. As Hollywood comes together to honour 2017's best actors, directors and more, there is no avoiding the elephant in the room: The Harvey Weinstein sexual harassment cases and the several others that followed.

Meryl Streep will bring Ai-jen Poo, the director of the National Domestic Workers Alliance and co-director of the Caring Across Generations Campaign. "This movement is more powerful because we're seeing. a collaboration between these two worlds that people don't usually put together".

"Tonight is about women wearing the trousers, so I'm literally wearing the trousers", the "GLOW" star said on the red carpet. "Domestic workers know the power of organizing and see this moment of unity among women across industries as a turning point for our movement end sexual harassment and violence once and for all".

Michelle Williams will bring Burke, the founder of #metoo and a woman who has campaigned for gender and racial justice for decades.

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Actor Emma Stone and tennis player Billie Jean King arrive to the 75th Annual Golden Globe Awards held at the Beverly Hilton Hotel on January 7, 2018. King, who founded the Women's Tennis Association, has been an advocate for equal pay for women and gender equality since the early 1970s.

- Rosa Clemente, a community organizer focused on political prisoners, voter engagement and Puerto Rican independence, and who also ran for vice president on the Green Party ticket in 2008, will attend with Ms. Sarandon, a nominee for "Feud: Bette and Joan". She is senior director of the nonprofit Girls for Gender Equity.

Watson's guest will be Marai Larasi, the executive director of Imkaan, a black feminist network organization based in the United Kingdom.

- Saru Jayaraman, a workplace justice advocate for restaurant workers, will be Ms. Poehler's guest.