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These Are The Kardashians Who Publicly Supported The Women's March

The Instagrams are in.

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Gather round! It's your Kardashian Korner weekend report. Here's what the Krew was up to during the Women's March on Saturday.

Kendall posted a Women's March Insta with this message: "i wish i could have been a part of this amazing history. beyond proud."

Instagram: @kendalljenner

Kim posted the same image with a caption of her own: "So proud of the women & men who stood up for what is right & are determined to make this world a better place for our children. Here's to strong women. May we know them. May we be them. May we raise them."

Instagram: @kimkardashian

(The second half of her quote is a fairly well-known quote, though the original source is not known.)

Khloé, meanwhile, promoted the Kylie Cosmetics Koko Collection relaunch.

Instagram: @khloekardashian

Though she did retweet a video about the Women's March on her Twitter timeline.

Huge crowds are marching worldwide for women's rights.

Kourt hasn't Instagrammed in a couple of days, but the last time she did, she got pretty esoteric about love.

"Tell me how to love, it's been so long," she wrote.
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"Tell me how to love, it's been so long," she wrote.

She did retweet Kim, though.

Here's to strong women. May we know them. May we be them. May we raise them

Kylie decided to just post a series of glamor shots.

Instagram: @kyliejenner

While Kris posted a promotional Insta for son Rob's sock line, Arthur George.

Rob also shilled his socks.

And Blac Chyna advertised something called a Twiddle Cube.

Instagram: @blacchyna

And THAT has been your weekend Kardashian update.

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