Millions of women marched around the world over the weekend in support of women's rights and in protest to Donald Trump and his brand of evil taking over the White House. Celebrities and activists flocked to Washington especially, where Janelle Monáe offered a powerful speech and performance in solidarity with the LGBTQ community, immigrants, and women who "continue to embrace the things that make you unique."

She also invited the "mothers of the movement" - moms of Trayvon Martin, Eric Garner, Jodan Davis, Dontre Hamilton and Mohamed Bah- to chant "say his name", while also delivering a performance of 'Hell You Talmbout.'