And Stone, who is nominated for "Battle of the Sexes" will attend with Billie Jean King, whom she portrayed in the film.
Michelle Williams will bring Burke, the founder of #metoo and a woman who has campaigned for gender and racial justice for decades.
Susan Sarandon is joining her fellow actresses in bringing an activist as her date. King founded the Women's Sports Foundation and the Women's Tennis Association, and has received the Presidential Medal of Freedom for her efforts. She is also the senior director for Girls For Gender Equity.
The Time's Up campaign will hit the red carpet at the 2018 Golden Globes Sunday in full force, and it won't just be because actresses and actors have made a decision to wear black in solidarity with the #MeToo movement.
Poehler will attend with Saru Jayaraman, the president of Restaurant Opportunities Centers (ROC) United and ROC Action and director of the Food Labor Research Center at UC Berkeley.
Woodley's guest, Calina Lawrence, is an enrolled member of the Suquamish Tribe and an advocate for Native Treaty Rights, the "Mni Wiconi" (Water is Life) movement led by the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe and the #NoLNG253 movement led by the Puyallup Tribe.
Best Actress in a Drama nominee Meryl Streep took to the red carpet alongside Poo, director of the National Domestic Workers Alliance and co-director of the Caring Across Generations Campaign, which aims to improve long-term care for aging Americans and people with disabilities.
It is thought that many actresses plan to wear black gowns at the annual ceremony in order to protest against the injustices that have played a role in Hollywood for decades, but which in recent months have began to be discussed as part of the ongoing #MeToo movement.