Pregnant Oscar-winner Lawrence, 31, stood at Schumer’s side while holding onto a handwritten poster with a pro-choice slogan in an Instagram post from the comedian, 40.
The Trainwreck star, who underwent a hysterectomy earlier this year, captioned the post saying: ‘I don’t have a uterus and she is pregnant but we out here @womensmarch @plannedparenthood #rallyforabortionjustice.’
Showing their support: Amy Schumer and Jennifer Lawrence attended the Rally for Abortion Justice event in New York City on Saturday
Schumer, who is the cousin and Senate Majority leader Chuck Schumer, wore a sizable zip-up jacket and a pair of wide-legged athletic pants as she spent time at the event.
The message on her sign read: ‘Abortion is essential.’
Lawrence opted for a dark blue jean jacket and a plaid white-and-black dress as she showed her support for a women’s right to choose.
The Hunger Games star’s hand-scrawled sign said that ‘Women can’t be free if they don’t control their bodies.’
Taking a stand: Patricia and Rosanna Arquette were also spotted attending the Women’s March Action: March 4 Reproductive Rights event in Downtown Los Angeles
Patricia and Rosanna Arquette were also seen attending the Women’s March Action: March 4 Reproductive Rights event at Pershing Square in Downtown Los Angeles.
The latter of the pair was also spotted addressing the crowd that had assembled for the function, and she later posed for a picture with her sister and actress Harlow Jane.
Several other figures from the entertainment industry, including Cara Santana and Debbie Allen, were pictured attending the event as well.
Better together: The sisters were also spotted posing for a quick snap with actress Harlow Jane at the pro-choice event
Ready for business: Cara Santana wore a lovely red plaid pantsuit and a stark white t-shirt with a matching set of sneakers
Rosanna, 62, sported a tie-dye t-shirt that featured a text graphic that prominently read ‘Stop being racist’ on its front portion.
Patricia, 53, opted for a draping blue dress that was offset with numerous white stripes at the event.
Jane wore a graphic-printed t-shirt that featured an image of Mia Wallace from Pulp Fiction, as well as a set of painted blue jeans.
All three rocked badges that denoted their official involvement with the event as they posed for a few quick snaps.
Loud and clear: Rosanna also wore a tie-dye shirt with the phrase ‘stop being racist’ printed on its front portion
Doing her thing: The performer also placed her hands together while addressing the crowd that had assembled at Pershing Square
Santana wore a lovely patterned red pantsuit as she addressed the march’s crowd.
The 37-year-old performer offset the eye-catching shades of her outerwear with a stark white t-shirt and a pair of matching shoes.
Allen, 71, opted for an all-white clothing ensemble for the event, and she was seen holding her granddaughter Shiloh while giving a speech.
Women’s rights attorney Gloria Allred notably wore a hat that bore the phrase ‘Protect Roe V. Wade’ on its front portion.
Letting everyone know: Santana was pictured flashing a wide smile as she spoke to the crowd
Making it clear: Debbie Allen was spotted spending time with Gloria Allred, who wore a cap with the phrase ‘Protect Roe V. Wade on its front’
Proud grandparent: Allen was also seen holding her granddaughter Shiloh as she attended the pro-choice event
Rosanna previously released a statement regarding the event, and noted via Variety that she wanted to see the march’s effects and intentions reflected in all forms of public discourse.
‘Enough is enough. It’s time to kick this whole movement into another gear,’ she said.
She then expressed that the fact that women’s rights were still being compromised on a legislative level was unheard of and unjust.
‘We deserve sovereignty over our own bodies. To have come this far and to go backwards in 2021 is insanity. We will not allow it,’ she said.
Making it clear: Rosanna previously gave a statement where she expressed that women ‘deserve sovereignty over our own bodies’