See all the celebrities who've been arrested with Jane Fonda at D.C. climate change protests
Actress and activist Jane Fonda has committed to showing up at the steps of the U.S. Capitol every Friday through January 2020 to stage a demonstration meant to draw awareness to climate change. Fonda has invited her famous friends to join the protest with her until they're eventually arrested. Scroll through to see who has turned up to join her so far.
Jane Fonda, Oct. 18
Last month, the 81-year-old announced she had moved to D.C. to be more active on the issue of climate change. “It’ll be called ‘Fire Drill Friday.' And we’re going to engage in civil disobedience and we’re going to get arrested every Friday," she told The Washington Post.
Sam Waterston, Oct. 18
Catherine Keener, Nov. 1
Get Out's Catherine Keener showed up for a post-Halloween protest.
Rosanna Arquette, Nov. 1
Joining Keener and Fonda was Desperately Seeking Susan BAFTA winner Rosanna Arquette.
June Diane Raphael, Nov. 15
June Diane Raphael, who plays Fonda's daughter on the Netflix series Grace and Frankie, followed in her TV mom's footsteps at the sixth week of the protests.
Marg Helgenberger, Nov. 15
Piper Perabo, Nov. 22
Amber Valletta, Nov. 22
Model and actress Amber Valletta was also present for the seventh week of Fire Drill Fridays.
Diane Lane, Nov. 22
Actress Diane Lane chanted "show up for climate" as she was escorted off the premises.
Paul Scheer, Nov. 29
Taylor Schilling, Dec. 6
Kyra Sedgwick, Dec. 6
Actress Kyra Sedgwick stands alongside religious leaders before her arrest in D.C.
Sally Field, Dec. 13
Matt McGorry, Dec. 20
Casey Wilson, Dec. 20
Actress Casey Wilson triumphantly raises her hands in the air after a morning fighting for climate justice.
Gloria Steinem, Dec. 20
Gloria Steinem supported Fonda, her longtime activist peer, in the new battle for passing the Green New Deal.