This past weekend, Emily Ratajkowski protested at LAX, joining the thousands of people at airports across the country speaking out against about Donald Trump’s executive order restricting immigration from certain Muslim countries. Ratajkowski carried a homemade sign with the words “Revolution has no borders.”

Power to the people #NoBanNoWall

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Last week, she told the Sydney Morning Herald, “The truth of the matter is no one wants to hear me talk about this stuff. Definitely the men who are casting films don’t want to hear it, but I just can’t not—I’m angry. It’s important to me.”

The Muslim ban isn’t the only issue about which the actress is passionate. She also participated in the Women’s March on January 21, and posted a pic of herself holding a sign with a quote by political activist Naomi Wolf. In the caption, Ratajkowski called for action. “It’s time not only to stand for things generally but to take political action and demand systemic change.”

In the Herald interview, she also talked about why feminism is so important to her. "Every woman, whether or not they’re comfortable with the term feminist, probably wants to be equal to men and that is fundamentally what feminism is about. I think that there is a stigma attached to the word, but to me it means talking about the way we look at women and how we judge women differently to the way we judge men.”

Between protests, Ratajkowski has been sharing all sorts of hot photos on social media. Check out a few of them here:

Weekend mood ☕️

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Vampin’

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Why can’t this be right now?

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Vive la France 🥐🥐🥐

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