Women In Music March: Katy Perry, Ariana Grande, Cher, Madonna And More

Hundreds of thousands of women joined together to protest President Donald Trump, and it included some of music's most influential female musicians.

More people showed up to the Women's March at the Capitol on Saturday than Trump's inauguration the day before. Artists including Katy Perry, Ariana Grande, Demi Lovato, Cher, Madonna, Zendaya, Lauren Jauregui of Fifth Harmony, Janelle Monae and others participated in the marches. CNN has photos of the crowds attending the inauguration versus the Women's March in D.C., and it's evident more are opposed to the newly-elected leader than for him.

Washington, New York, Boston, Atlanta, Denver, Los Angeles, Phoenix, St. Paul, Minn; and many other cities around the country (and globe) partook in the organized opposition. Below is a roundup of women in music who are standing up to protect the rights and freedoms all people deserve (Bernie Sanders is in the mix too, because we <3 Bernie).

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