Jane Fonda returned to her activist roots for her 79th birthday on Wednesday in Los Angeles when she appeared at a rally with famous friends Lily Tomlin, Frances Fisherand Catherine Keener.
The Grace and Frankie star marched alongside her friends and labor leader Dolores Huerta to stand in solidarity with the people of Standing Rock against the Dakota Access Pipeline.
The #BankExit movement promotes the idea of moving money out of big banks and into local credit unions.
Fonda was treated to a cake and the “Happy Birthday Song” by Fisher and Tomlin. The actress has deep roots in activism. She made waves in the early 1970s when she shared her dissenting opinion about the Vietnam War.
In 1972, she traveled to Hanoi, Vietnam and posed in an infamous photo where she sat on a North Vietnamese anti-aircraft battery. She was called “Hanoi Jane” after the incident.