Gina Rodriguez Joins Other Celebs in Their Support for Karla Souza as the #TimesUp Movement Reaches Mexico


Last week, the 'How to Get Away With Murder' actress Karla Souza revealed that she was raped by a well-known Mexican Director. Since coming forward with her story, many have voiced their support for Souza, including fellow Latina Gina Rodriguez

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"We support our sister Karla Souza and all the brave Mexican women who have raised their voices."

America Ferrera also supported Souza by tweeting, "Our remarkable sister speaking her truth and giving voice to so many women's silenced experience. #TIMESUP"


Many other celebs showed solidarity with Souza, including Anjelah Johnson, Brie Larson, Kerry Washington, Ellen Pompeo, Shonda Rhimes, and Tony Goldwyn.

Souza's 'How to Get Away with Murder' costars Jack Falahee and Viola Davis also voiced their solidarity.

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This outpouring of support, love, and compassion is helping to shine a much-needed light on the sexual harassment and assault many women face in the workplace across the world. We at Latina also stand with the brave women in Mexico who are standing up and saying #TimesUp.