Selena Gomez, Alicia Keys, Chrissy Teigen & More Rally to Support #FamiliesBelongTogether March

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Chrissy Teigen speaks at the Families Belong Together - Freedom For Immigrants March at Los Angeles City Hall on June 30, 2018 in Los Angeles, California.

As Americans take to the streets to #KeepFamiliesTogether today (June 30), several celebrities are marching in solidarity and support of the families who have been separated from their children at U.S. borders in recent weeks.

The cruel practice has moved artists like Lin-Manuel Miranda, John Legend and Common to speak out against the current administration and its immigration policies while encouraging their fans and fellow citizens to act.

Selena Gomez, Alicia Keys, America Ferrara and many more are lending their voices to the rallying cry, either by showing up to one of the several marches taking place across the country or showing support for the movement on social media leading up to the events.

Here are some of their dispatches below.


June 30th is a nationwide day of action for our immigrant families & refugee children. There will be over 750 events planned throughout the country. The anchor event (protestwise) will be in #LafayetteSquare in #WashingtonDC. the purpose for tomorrow is to let this administration know that #FamiliesBelongTogether (not in cages) “Give Me Your Tired, Your Poor, Your Huddled Masses Yearning TO BE FREE. The Wretched Refuse Of Your Teeming Shore. Send These, The Homeless, Tempest-Tossed To Me—-I LIFT MY LAMP BESIDE THE GOLDEN DOOR. I am a child photo: @kishabari No one is illegal photo: #ChrisLee End family separation now art: @alockstadt Keep families together (blue hand version) #NicholasLampert @nicolaslampert Keep families together: #PeteRailand @lookbacktosee No More Detention: #phoebewahl @phoebewahl Follow @WomenBelong on Twitter & @womensmarch

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