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Celebrities Speak Out About Immigrant Families Being Torn Apart, as Trump Might Sign Something

It might have made President Trump realize he should do something.

Kelly Granger

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On Wednesday the Associated Press released a statement that President Trump will be “signing something” in regards to the immigration issue with families that are being separated and children being held in warehouses.

A wide range of celebrities are speaking out against the issue saying that America needs to take action now. From Gigi Hadid to Chrissy Teigan, these celebs are holding nothing back. To their advantage, having millions of followers makes them an influential source of change in the digital era that we live in.

Teigan posted an image of a toddler the same age as her oldest daughter, Luna, highlighting how devastating it would be to separate a child of that age from their parents.

Karlie Kloss took to Instagram to encourage everyone to call their senators in support of stopping these immigrant families from being torn apart saying that, “It’s not the time to say “there are no words”, there are many.”

Thousands of other people are taking to social media in support of this issue hoping to make a change for America and make a change fast.

 

 

 

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My name is Kelly Granger and I am a rising senior at N.C. State University majoring in Communication Media. My freshman year I attended the University of Alabama and transferred to State at the beginning of my sophomore year. I am from Charlotte and absolutely love the Carolinas. I love to run. I have run a half marathon and plan to train for a marathon in the coming years.

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