Hollywood is paying homage to the "Time's Up" and "Me Too" movements, dedicating an entire segment to the anti-sexual harassment initiatives during Sunday’s Oscars ceremony.

“The changes we are witnessing are being driven by the powerful sound of new voices, of different voices, of our voices, joining together in a mighty chorus that’s finally saying, ‘Time’s up,’ ” actress Ashley Judd — who was one of several women who came forward last year to accuse then-Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein of sexual misconduct — told the audience at the 90th annual Academy Awards.


Judd stood alongside two other Weinstein accusers, “Frida” star Salma Hayek and actress Annabella Sciorra as they presented a taped segment featuring Hollywood’s “trailblazers,” including directors Ava DuVernay, Lee Daniels, comedian Kumail Nanjiani, Geena Davis and Mira Sorvino, among others.

“We salute those unstoppable spirits who kicked ass and broke through the biased perceptions against their gender, their race and ethnicities to tell their stories,” Hayek, who noted she was “so full of emotion and a little bit shaky,” said.

“Slowly, a new path has emerged,” Sciorra said.

“We work together to make sure that the next 90 years empower these limitless possibilities of equality, diversity, inclusion and intersectionality,” Judd told the audience.

“That’s what this year has promised us.”