Fifth Harmony's Lauren Jauregui Will Participate in Women's March on Washington

Fifth Harmony's Lauren Jauregui Will Participate in Women's March on Washington

Lauren Jauregui is set to march for women’s rights in Washington D.C. this week!

The 20-year-old Fifth Harmony singer has revealed that she’ll participate in The Women’s March on Washington on Saturday, January 21.

“So excited to join my sisters, brothers and people alike of all forms and races and religions and classes and walks of life in a march for equality, peace and hope,” Lauren wrote on Instagram. “With this new administration and all of the corruption fueled decisions they will make for their personal interest, it is so important for all of our voices to be heard.”

“For our presence to be felt and be overwhelmingly peaceful, truthful, and persistent. We have a responsibility, each and every single one of us, to be the change we wish to see,” she continued. “There is no progression without outspoken, PEACEFUL opposition. I march because I believe in the founding principles of America, in Liberty and Justice for ALL. I believe in an America that can refuse and reject hatred and systematic oppression.”

Lauren added, “I believe that we have the power to recreate a system where we are ALL granted the equal right to be free from the burden of the enslavement of capitalism, where we can all be profitable and still find the time to make sure we’re sane and safe. I believe in every single one of us who’s voices refuse to be quiet in the face of such intolerable injustice. I BELIEVE IN WOMEN and the Matriarchy and finding a solution for our dying earth. I believe that our radical ideas are the shaping of the future and I can’t wait to march and sing alongside all of my fellow humans present in harmony and love as we protest the oncoming wave of a hard revolutionary fight for justice. I’m READYYYY. MUCH LOVE AND I HOPE I SEE U DERRR”

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  • rbrucecarter

    I had really hoped this publication would not descend into disrespect for our president-elect. There are a great many of us who endured 8 years of incompetence without disrespecting the outgoing president, our new president deserves the same. I remind the protesters that Ms. Clinton viciously attacked women who had an affair with her husband, and took hundreds of millions of dollars through the Clinton foundation from a nation that suppresses women by refusing them the right to drive, to divorce, who must have four male witnesses to get a rape conviction, which practices female genital mutilation in the name of purity.

    • Gina

      Having an “incompetent” president is a far cry from having a racist & misogynistic one. Learn the difference.