Today at the Sundance Film Festival comedian and talk show host Chelsea Handler led thousands of women in march down Main Street in Park City, Utah in protest of the Trump administration’s planned policies and rhetoric. Among the stars joining the demonstration are comedian and Daily Show correspondent Jessica Williams, Star‘s Benjamin Bratt, and Doña Si Se Puede herself, Dolores Huerta.
Sharis Delgadillo covered the event for Enclave:
Despite a number of technical difficulties due to frigid temperatures and high altitude, Sharis was able to capture a number of highlights, including introductory comments by the march’s leader, Chelsea:
Actor Benjamin Bratt was on hand to introduce a surprise speaker — Civil Rights icon Dolores Huerta:
Following the march and rally, many protesters stood their ground and made sure their voices were heard:
Another look at the protest following the event:
Sundance: Women’s March Exceeded Expectations, Park City Officials Say https://t.co/NBmuWpePAx pic.twitter.com/LAI4hKbcoH
— Deadline Hollywood (@Deadline) January 21, 2017
Watch the Sundance Women’s March in One Amazing Time-Lapse Video https://t.co/TWO2c5ebAa pic.twitter.com/mXjxfVcgeM
— IndieWire (@IndieWire) January 23, 2017
Why I March: Meet the Men, Women, and Children of the #WomensMarch: https://t.co/ZS42RMXuPF #MarchOnMain #Sundance pic.twitter.com/x7l4Zoeh21
— SundanceFilmFestival (@sundancefest) January 22, 2017
The Women's March at Sundance in Park City, UT today with Jessica Williams & Kristen Stewart. pic.twitter.com/5yOTNIwIhf
— Stephane Celerier (@stephanecel) January 21, 2017
Meanwhile, Enclave’s resident DJ and music guru, Sandra Treviño participated in the women’s march in Chicago and has written on the effort to keep the resistance moving forward.
Featured image: Sharis Delgadillo