1.When Simon Helberg from The Big Bang Theory walked the red carpet for the SAG Awards carrying a sign that read "Refugees welcome," and his wife, actor Jocelyn Towne, had the words "Let them in" written on her chest.
2.When Ashton Kutcher opened the show by welcoming “everyone in airports that belong in my America ... you are a part of the fabric of who we are.”
3.When Julia Louis-Drefyus flat-out said in her acceptance speech, “This immigrant ban is a blemish and it's un-American.”
4.When Taylor Schilling said on behalf of the Orange Is the New Black cast: "We stand up here representing a diverse group of people, representing generations of families who have sought a better life here."
5.And when Lori Petty said, "If they're going to lock up Muslims, they're going to lock up us."
And when he talked about his grandparents' and great-grandparents' activist legacy later on in the press room, saying, "This is not new, McCarthyism. These things have existed before. It's just as painful as it's always been."
7.When Emma Stone said, "I would hope that everyone that's seeing things be done that are absolutely unconstitutional and inhumane" in the press room after winning her award.
8.When Sarah Paulson urged anyone who can afford it to donate to the ACLU.
9.And when she expanded on that idea in the press room, saying, "I just wanted to have an opportunity to mention the inclusivity that I think is required right now in general."
10.When Alia Shawkat took the stage to present and said, “As-salamu alaykum,” an Arabic greeting that means, “Peace be with you.”
11.When Lily Tomlin wrote a message in French to Donald Trump on the wall backstage that said, "To Donald T, Sois sage," which translates to "Behave yourself."
And when Tomlin said "we have to be vigilant" in response to Trump later in the press room.