Jane Fonda and Rosanna Arquette flash a smile alongside each other while attending the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum presents 2016 Los Angeles Dinner Gala: What You Do Matters held at The Beverly Hilton Hotel on Wednesday (March 2) in Beverly Hills, Calif.
Jane, 78, was accompanied by her boyfriend Richard Perry while Rosanna, 56, arrived with her husband Todd Morgan as well as her brother David Arquette and his wife Christina McLarty, Regina Spektor, and NCIS: Los Angeles actress Daniela Ruah.
Rosanna and her hubby Todd were honored with the National Leadership Award for their efforts in preserving the history of the Holocaust and providing over $3 million in assistance to survivors.
“While genocide represents the catastrophic end of hatred, the Holocaust shows us that assaults on human dignity of any kind must never go unanswered even when the challenge is daunting,” Rosanna expressed during her speech (via THR). “As Rosa Parks said, ‘We must never be fearful about what you are doing when it’s right.’ My sister [Patricia] knows that. This is literally happening today in my country right now. And you know what I mean. He’s got crazy hair. We cannot let this happen, guys.”