Busy Philipps

“We will not back down, we will not give in and we will not stop fighting until there is equality for all Americans,” the actor wrote on Instagram.
The comedian-turned-talk show host said she has "compassion" for DeGeneres, who spent the summer in a fog of accusations of workplace toxicity.
The "Fosse/Verdon" actor gave a powerful acceptance speech on reproductive justice at the ceremony.
The actress shared a series of snapshots on Instagram with a detailed caption that says she was "blindsided" when E! canceled her show.
"The next time a woman... tells you what she needs in order to do her job, listen to her," said the "Fosse/Verdon" actor.
The actress has two daughters, Cricket and Birdie.
Actress Busy Philipps testified on Capitol Hill about abortion rights in light of the passage of strict new abortion legislation in states like Alabama and Missouri.
The actress opened up about the abortion she had at 15 in a testimony before the House Judiciary Committee.
“In the fight to safeguard abortion, this is our Alamo," the ACLU's executive director said about the campaign, featuring actress Busy Philipps.
Celebrities — like Jameela Jamil, Rihanna and Chris Evans — are fighting against the latest restrictions on abortion rights.