Rosario Dawson made headlines after she was arrested on April 15, in Washington, D.C., during a protest against money in politics. But the incident doesn’t seem to have fazed her much.
The actress was one of the hundreds who marched on the Capitol as part of “Democracy Spring,” a movement fighting against voter suppression and big money corruption. The “Daredevil” actress was detained after she and other activists crossed a police line to stage a sit-in. Dawson was back in D.C., for Saturday’s White House Correspondents’ Dinner where she casually told USA Today she was partly back in town due to her arrest.
“I’m really well,” Dawson said. “I came, I had to go and get fingerprinted yesterday from getting arrested at ‘Democracy Spring,’ so it was really good. We had lunch, actually, at the Capitol. It was really interesting to be there for a different reason. But luckily all is good with that.”