8 #NotSorryAF Moments at the Golden Globes

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At this year's Golden Globes Awards, Hollywood took a stand to say, Time's Up! Most wore black, the color chosen to symbolize the movement, and many actresses involved in the Time's Up initiative brought activists as their date to the grand event. There were definitely some stand out moments, subtle protests and speeches that will be remembered for years to come. We definitely saw many embody the not sorry lifestyle, and we're here for it. Below we highlight 8 #NotSorryAF moments at the Golden Globes.

1. "Speak Your Truth!" Oprah Winfrey's instant classic of a speech brought down the house (and many to tears) as she accepted the Cecil B. Demille Award.

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Graphic by TimesUp on IG

2. Debra Messing calling out E! Entertainment for wage disparity - while giving a live TV interview on the network.

3. Natalie Portman calling out the "all male nominees" as she announced the winner for Best Director.

4. "Time's Up on a lot of things," said Tracee Ellis Ross, looking immaculate in an all black gown and head wrap.

Photo tweeted by Entertainment Tonight

Photo tweeted by Entertainment Tonight

5. Women who wore emeralds, signifying hope, growth and renewal.

Photo of Zoe Kravitz courtesy of Golden Globes

Photo of Zoe Kravitz courtesy of Golden Globes

6. Laura Dern's acceptance speech, which had a poignant sentence that has been sticking with many people.

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Graphic by Hellobohobeauty on IG

7. Viola Davis rocking her natural curls and saying, "Be Yourself, Everyone Else is Taken."

Photo courtesy of Viola Davis IG account

Photo courtesy of Viola Davis IG account

8. Sterling K. Brown became the first black man to win Best Performance of an Actor in a TV Drama Series and gave a powerful acceptance speech about representation in Hollywood.

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Graphic by ThisIsUs on IG