The actress tells TooFab she hopes to help make a difference for "all women in the world."
TooFab caught up with the "9-1-1" star at the 2018 J/P HRO Gala hosted by Sean Penn on Saturday night, where the actress -- who was wearing a black pantsuit -- confirmed she'd don the color again at the award show.
"My hope with this movement now is that we get to the next level, that we're really reaching out to the grassroots and we're really reaching out to women all over who have been impacted by these situations and by sexual harassment and lack of gender parity," Britton told TooFab.
"To me, my hope is that we start looking outside of Hollywood and really make this a movement that will impact all women in the United States and all women in the world," she added, when asked what she thinks the #MeToo will mean for women in the future.
In addition to the all-black ensembles, many stars will also be wearing black-and-white "Time's Up" pins in honor of the recently-launched Time's Up initiative. The massive initiative -- made up of over 300 actresses, agents and other Hollywood players -- calls for "change from women in entertainment for women everywhere."
The Golden Globes will broadcast live on Sunday at 8 p.m. ET on NBC. TooFab's live coverage kicks off at 6 p.p. ET.