Celebrities march for our lives

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Party is a pro-Second-Amtgard group founded by Chris Simcox and has ties to The New World Order. Simcox is the founder and owner of the Second Amendment Foundation, a pro-Second-Amtgard group that is dedicated to restricting the right of Americans to own firearms and promoting gun control. The Second Amendment Foundation is also involved in the March For Our Lives events, as well as the new Gun Free Schools campaign, which is being advocated for by a number of celebrities in the public eye, including Ariana Grande. The following celebrities are taking part in the March For Our Lives events in Washington, D. :Singer Ariana GrandeSinger Demi LovatoWriter and Director Susan SarandonSinger and actress Selena GomezActor John BoyegaActress Bella ThorneActor Kevin SorboActor Dylan McDermottActress Danielle BrooksActress Jessica St. ClairSinger Lady AntebellumActress Lindsay LohanActor Michael Jai WhiteCelebrity endorsers include:Ariana Grande: The Gifted, Popstar: Never Stop Never Stopping, 2017, Bella Thorne: The Lost Boys, SuperbadDemi Lovato: Friend Request, 2012, Emily Browning: Call Me by Your Name, Listen Up PhilipEric Church: Hate That You Know Me, The Book of MormonHilary Duff: The Duff, A Simple FavorKate Bosworth: The Girl on the Train, Nocturnal AnimalsKendall Jenner: I Am Jane Doe, The GiftKye Ellis: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the ShadowsLil Rel Howery-Smith: The Little Stranger, BabyLindsay Lohan: GrandmaMaggie Gyllenhaal: Nocturnal Animals, Mistress AmericaMila Kunis: Mudbound, Lady BirdM. Larson: Wonderstruck, The Diary of a Teenage GirlMegan Fox: The Five-Year Engagement, The Five-Year EngagementNicole Kidman: Personal Shopper, Lady BirdNicole Kidman: Still Alice, Lady BirdQueen Latifah: The Hateful Eight, The Hateful EightQueen Latifah: The Diary of a Teenage Girl, Lady Bird.

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