Hundreds March in Support of #MeToo Campaign
Hundreds of people marched in the heart of Hollywood on Sunday to support victims of sexual assault and harassment.
Demonstrators gather for a march and rally in Los Angeles on Sunday, Nov. 12, 2017.
Marchers wore T-shirts reading "Me Too" across the front, held signs and chanted "stop the violence, stop the rape!" and "survivors, united, we'll never be divided" as they made their way to the CNN building on Sunset Boulevard.
A woman wears an outfit with the names of all the men in Hollywood who she says have sexually harassed her.
The #MeToo march was inspired by a social media campaign in which victims of sexual assault and harassment have come forward with their stories in solidarity following the series of allegations against powerful men in Hollywood, politics and beyond.
The "Take Back the Workplace" and "#MeToo Survivors March" began at 10 a.m. (1 p.m. ET) on Hollywood Boulevard.
Ada Kennedy, 7, looks up at her mother at the march.
A demonstrator holds a sign that reads "Survivor of Incest."
Women carry signs as they walk on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
A man and a young girl hold signs in support for victims.
A woman pushes a stroller with her dog Olivia at the #MeToo march.
Arlene Rios, 40, who says she was sexually assaulted twice while in the Navy, carries a sign during the march.
Demonstrators rally outside CNN's Hollywood studios on Sunset Boulevard.
Women were a majority of the crowd, although men made a strong showing of support.
Above, a man hugs a woman as he kisses her forehead.