Laverne Cox, Tituss Burgess & More Celebrate International Trans Day of Visibility in Mila Jam's 'Faces' Video

Mila Jam and Laverne Cox
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Mila Jam and Laverne Cox attend the Entertainment Weekly & People Upfronts party 2016 at Cedar Lake on May 16, 2016 in New York City.

Laverne Cox, Tituss Burgess, Candis Cayne and more famous members of the LBGTQ community have joined Mila Jam's new "Faces" video, which was released on Friday (March 31) to coincide with International Trans Day of Visibility. 

The song is being called an anthem for the LGBTQ movement and the video also features model Geena Rocero, RuPaul's Drag Race's Peppermint, Transparent's Zackary Drucker, Trace Lysette and Zoolander's Nathan Lee Graham singing along to Jam's song into their phone and computer cameras. 

"We all wear our plastic smiles out in the world while inside, we hide our true fears and loathing
and feelings of inadequacy," said the transgender Youtube sensation-turned-recording artist Jam in a statement. "'Faces' is about staring boldly into that mirror and realizing that we do belong, we are enough, and someone will love us for who we really are."

iTunes proceeds from the sale of "Faces" will go to the onePULSE Foundation to help the victims of last year's Pulse Nightclub shooting. 

Watch the video here:

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