Celebrities Who Attended the 2018 Womens March This Weekend…

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The Womens March on Washington is not expected to be as large as the one on January 21st, and despite some of the same issues of the previous one – such as the Trump administrations policies and the many other issues at play – many celebrities appeared to support the event this time around. As of now, 35 celebrities took part in the march, which took place on Saturday, April 5, across the nation. The participants were split up into different categories, including those who attended in person, those who did it via video, those who simply showed support, and others who merely expressed their support via Twitter. On Twitter, the hashtag WomensMarch grew to become the most discussed topic, and not without reason. According to Nielsen Social, the hashtag gained 20th place across the United States with a total of over 10 million mentions during the first hour of the hashtags use. Is there something that will cause you to show support for the WM, or are you simply going to stay home. Caitlin Hall, CTV VancouverThe RCMP says a man accused of shooting and killing his stepmother at a rural B. Property in August was the subject of a missing persons ad when he went missing in July. Police said Thursday they believe that 30-year-old Christopher Michael Rizzuto is dead after a search of his trailer on the Kootenay Lake reserve. Duane Barclay told reporters that the search is being called off and that detectives were looking for information on Rizzutos whereabouts. Police say they obtained information that suggested Rizzuto may have travelled to Prince George, B. He was reported missing on July 17, four days after he went missing from his fathers house in the tiny community of Waiwhet. Barclay went on to say that RCMP were not certain of where Rizzuto might have gone, though investigators found a passport in his stepmothers car. In the document were some of his identification but not all of it. He said investigators believe he was last seen in Prince George. RCMP said there were no apparent signs of forced entry at Rizzutos trailer and that the Kootenay Lake RCMP detachment was also contacted but it had no information on his whereabouts.

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