It’s always great when a bunch of celebrities come together for a cause.
Black Hollywood united to launch a Public Service Announcement urging people of color to go out and vote on November 8th via the newly formed organization, Artistic Alliance For Justice. The powerful PSA was created by producers Steven Jones and Kendrick Sampson to both inform and educate people of color on voter suppression tactics most frequently used to deter their voices from being heard on Election Day, while providing concrete solutions on how to prevail against said tactics.
Stars in the video include Meagan Good, Cedric The Entertainer, Tisha Campbell Martin and many more. These celebs are using their voice to “amplify initiatives that invoke positive social and political change underneath their new organization AAJ.” In the video, Russell Simmons perfectly describes the option to not vote during this upcoming election, saying, “Not voting is an endorsement of the candidate that you didn’t choose. The state of our nation is in your hands. Show up to the polls this November 8th!”
Check out the powerful PSA above.
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They're With Her: Celebrities React To Hillary's History-Making Speech At The DNC
1. Julia Louis-DreyfusSource: 1 of 12
2. Michelle MonaghanSource: 2 of 12
3. Elan GaleSource: 3 of 12
4. Melinda Gates
Source: 4 of 12
Tonight, I can tell my daughters with more confidence than ever that there's no limit to their dreams. Congratulations, @HillaryClinton.— Melinda Gates (@melindagates) July 29, 2016
5. Sabrina Siddiqui
Source: 5 of 12
"Whatever party you belong to, or if you belong to no party at all, if you share these beliefs, this is your campaign." -- @HillaryClinton— Sabrina Siddiqui (@SabrinaSiddiqui) July 29, 2016
6. Geraldo Rivera
Source: 6 of 12
"And I believe in science!" @HillaryClinton best line so far. And she's right on immigration reform— Geraldo Rivera (@GeraldoRivera) July 29, 2016
7. Awesomely LuvvieSource: 7 of 12
8. Janelle Monáe
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@HillaryClinton has bars for days in this speech!— Janelle Monáe, Cindi Mayweather👽🚆🤖🚀🪐 (@JanelleMonae) July 29, 2016
9. Yvette Nicole BrownSource: 9 of 12
10. Peter Maer
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And we begin a new chapter tonight.— PETER MAER (@petermaer) July 29, 2016
Yes, the world is watching what we do.
Yes, America's destiny is ours to choose. @HillaryClinton
11. Josh Gad
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@HillaryClinton Thank you for specifics, for uplifting instead of putting down & most of all 4 putting a reality TV sociopath in his place.— Josh Gad (@joshgad) July 29, 2016
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