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Eva Longoria, Ricky Martin, Jennifer Lopez and more sign open letter to show support for Latinx community.

J-Lo, Ricky, Eva, Salma and More Sign Letter of Solidarity For Latinx Community

Jennifer Lopez, Ricky Martin, Salma Hayek-Pinault and Eva Longoria-Baston are among over 200 Latinx entertainers and activists who’ve signed a letter of solidarity for their Latinx community. It’s a letter of love and hope after weeks of ICE raids tearing immigrant families apart and the El Paso mass shooting which claimed the lives of 22…

John Legend photographed by Glenn Francis

Celebrities Demand Gun Control and Call Out President Trump For Being “Part of the Problem”

Actors, actresses, musicians and comedians are all speaking out after 29 people were shot dead and dozens more were injured in Ohio and Texas this week. They’re not only showing their support for people who’ve lost loved ones, but also looking to the Trump administration and demanding action. They’re looking to their millions of followers,…

Jackie Cruz outside an ICE facility in El Paso, Texas (Photo: @jackiecruz/Instagram)

Jackie Cruz Urges Fans to Learn More About Detention Centres After Visit to U.S-Mexico Border

Immigrants in detention are not just a heartbreaking storyline on the final season of Orange is The New Black. They’re the heartbreaking reality of both America and Australia right now, and OITNB star Jackie Cruz is making sure we don’t look away. The actress who plays the loveable Flaca on the show is urging her fans…

Aussie Entertainment Industry Urges PM To Get Families Off Nauru and Manus

Actors, producers, filmmakers, directors, musicians – and basically anyone you can possibly think of who’s part of the Australian entertainment industry – have written an open letter to the PM and the Opposition Leader urging them to remove asylum seekers detained on Nauru and Manus, and bring them to safety. More than 900 artists including…

Helena Christensen in a still from the #IWillNotForgetYou campaign

Helena Christensen Remembers the People of Chernobyl

Helena Christensen is adding her voice to the #IWillNotForgetYou campaign. It’s a social media movement to support all those affected by the Chernobyl disaster. You see, it’s been 32 years since a damaged reactor spread a radioactive cloud over what’s now known as Ukraine, Belarus and the Russian Federation. Millions of people were exposed to radiation…