Emily Ratajkowski, Kristen Stewart, Ben Affleck and Ana De Armas led the celebrities taking part in Black Lives Matter protests this week.
The stars joined hordes of fellow protesters making their voices heard amid the killing of black man George Floyd at the hands of a white police officer, in an act which has sent shockwaves around the world.
Model Emily, 28, has been outspoken on social media amid Black Lives Matter protests across the country - and took to the streets of LA on Tuesday to march alongside husband Sebastian Bear-McClard and other supporters of the cause.
Black Lives Matter: Emily Ratajkowski led the stars taking part in Black Lives Matter protests on Tuesday
The star held up a sign that read 'defund the police' as she walked in the peaceful protest in the Californian city.
She sported a cropped army green sweatshirt, some skintight black bike shorts and a pair of black and white Adidas sneakers.
Ratajkowski kept her face covered with a red baseball cap, black Ray-Ban wayfarers and a black face mask.
She previously took to her Instagram story with a sign she created that read: 'Dismantle power structures of oppression.'
The I Feel Pretty star also shared video of the peaceful demonstration as protesters took a knee in front of City Hall.
She shared another photo of armed soldiers in front of a boarded-up storefront, writing: 'Who are you protecting? Who are you serving?'
Ratajkowski also used her story to call out social media activists, after #BlackOutTuesday started trending, taking over the #BlackLivesMatter hashtag with black squares instead of vital resources.
Defund the police: Emily, 28, held up a sign that read 'defund the police' as she walked in the peaceful protest alongside husband Sebastian Bear-McClard
Making a statement: She previously took to her Instagram story with a sign she created that read: 'Dismantle power structures of oppression'
'Now is the time for me to listen, learn, and most importantly, take action': Ben, 47, held one sign up supporting the Black Lives Matter movement
Defending historical site: Ben also held up a sign supporting the saving of a 100-year-old African-American landmark - First Baptist Church of Venice - which Jay Penske bought for $6.3M and plans on rebuilding as a single family home
She wrote: 'So easy to post a black square. I’m seeing people who haven’t posted in YEARS come on to post a black square.
'Your silence was embarrassing and now you can feel good about yourself while doing the bare minimum. This is the worst kind of [virtue] signaling.'
Actress Kristen Stewart and girlfriend Dylan Meyer also joined a Black Lives Matter protest in Los Angeles on Tuesday.
Speaking up: Kristen was joined by girlfriend Dylan Meyer, who she was first linked to in August, and Dylan could be seen donning a cropped graphic t-shirt black sunglasses and a pair of denim bottoms
The 30-year-old SAG Award winner went incognito in a blue flannel, which she layered over a white t-shirt, and paired with a cropped pair of grey trousers.
As she navigated the sidewalk with a few pals, she kept her nose and mouth covered with a pastel blue facial covering.
The Twilight alum slicked her blonde tresses in a half-up, half-down updo, as she cut a bandit chic look.
Vroom! Affleck and the Cuban 32-year-old were easily able to ride to the protest on his Harley-Davidson motorcycle, which they've been spotted on two days in a row now
Detained: Jaime King announced on Twitter that she was 'arrested' during a 'peaceful protest' held outside of Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti's home in Hancock Park on Tuesday
Walking the walk: Jaime showed solidarity with protesters on Tuesday by taking to the streets, herself
Allies: Darren Criss and his wife Mia Swier joined in to let their voices be heard about the tragic death of George Floyd
While remaining mostly covered up, Stewart left a glimpse of her toned midriff exposed, while walking toward a demonstration to campaign against violence and systemic racism towards black people.
Staying close by, Meyer, who she was first linked to in August, could be seen donning a cropped graphic t-shirt black sunglasses and a pair of denim bottoms.
Two-time Oscar-winning filmmaker Ben Affleck and his castmate-turned-quarantine partner Ana de Armas joined a recent Black Lives Matter protest in Venice Beach.
In an image which surfaced on
One sign supported Black Lives Matter following Ben's
The other sign supported saving a 100-year-old African-American landmark - First Baptist Church of Venice - which Jay Penske bought for $6.3M and plans on rebuilding as multi-family family home. (The church relocated to another venue prior to the sale.)
Affleck and de Armas were easily able to ride to the protest on his Harley-Davidson motorcycle, which they've been spotted on two days in a row now.
The politically-active pair wore matching blue jeans with black leather jackets for their joy ride on his bike, which had no license plate.
Important: Harry Styles took part in a protest in Los Angeles earlier this week as he joined the stars taking action against the tragic death of George Floyd
Taking the knee: The musician, 26, can be seen kneeling to the ground with fellow protesters in images from fan accounts (pictured with actor Alyal Shearer)
After leaving the Last Thing He Wanted actor's $19M Pacific Palisades mansion, Ana made sure to grip his thigh with her right hand and she wrapped her left arm around his chest.
Jaime King announced on Twitter that she was 'arrested' during a 'peaceful protest' held outside of Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti's home in Hancock Park on Tuesday.
'Currently arrested for a peaceful protest. Writing in handcuffs in back of bus. EVERYONE WAS PEACEFUL. - Jaime and the rest of my sisters on this bus. 77th precinct,' wrote the 41-year-old actress to her nearly 220,000 followers.
'Being not racist is not enough': The songwriter highlighted his privilege as a white male and promoted the Black Lives Matter movement on social media
'Enough is enough': The Worcestershire native urged his fans to 'educate' themselves on