Michelle Williams and #MeToo founder Tarana Burke at the 75th annual Golden Globe Awards.
"It's one step at a time", said King when asked about the issue by NBC's Natalie Morales.
Billie Jean King, the tennis champion who founded the Women's Tennis Association, will accompany Stone, who is up for a Globe for her portrayal of King in the film Battle Of The Sexes. "It's a moment to transform both the written and unwritten rules that devalue the lives and experiences of women".
As part of a continued campaign inspired by the Time's Up movement, these Hollywood A-listers are committing to amplifying voices in the fight for women's rights and racial equality.
Susan Sarandon brought Rosa Clemente, a political commentator.
Arsenal boss Wenger wants FA Cup replays to stay
Wenger spoke again prior to Wednesday's 2-2 draw against Chelsea , wherein Mesut Ozil featured despite his own problems. The Gunners have won three of the last four FA Cups, including last year's 2-1 upset of Chelsea in the final.
Streep donned black as many of her colleagues did and brought National Domestic Workers Alliance Director Ai-jen Poo as her date for the evening.
Watson's guest was Marai Larasi, executive director of Imkaan, a black-feminist network organization. She cofounded ROC in New York City after 9/11, together with displaced World Trade Center workers, which has organized those who work in restaurants to win workplace justice campaigns, conduct research and policy work, partner with responsible restaurants, and launch cooperatively owned restaurants.
Laura Dern's date was Monica Ramirez, co-founder of Alianza Nacional de Campesinas, "who wrote the handsome letter of solidarity in Time magazine", said Dern of how she connected with Ramirez, representing female farmworkers. If that movie sounds familiar, it's probably because you read about director Ridley Scott replacing supporting cast member Kevin Spacey with Christopher Plummer after Anthony Rapp accused Spacey of sexually propositioning him when he was 14 years old (Spacey was 26).
In their joint red carpet interview, King spoke before Stone.
Actresses, and actors have been hinting for weeks they will attend tonight's show wearing black, making a statement with their attire - arguably the focus of any awards show - to stand in solidarity with sexual assault survivors.