Celebs who condemned Independence Day

On June 24, the Supreme Court reversed Roe v. WadeThe landmark 1973 decision that guaranteed people the right to abortion nationwide.

After this decision, many public figures condemned the decision. And in the past few days, as millions of Americans have come together to celebrate Independence Day, celebrities have used their platforms to put reproductive rights at the forefront, highlighting that people across the nation are being stripped of their freedom.

was the first to speak Jessica Chastainwho made the statement by sharing a photo holding two middle fingers.

“Happy ‘Independence Day’ from me and my reproductive rights,” she sarcastically captioned the image.

Twitter: @jes_chastain

Zooey Deschanel She followed suit with a snap of herself wearing a shirt that read: “Pro Row 1973.” She told her followers the look was perfect for “you want to wish America a happy birthday, but you also want her to do better,” before quoting Ruth Bader Ginsburg.

When you want to wish America a happy birthday, but want to do her one better ⬇️ To quote RBG, “The decision to have a baby or not is central to a woman’s life, to her well-being and dignity. It’s a decision she should make herself.”

Twitter: @ZooeyDeschanel

“To quote RBG, ‘The decision to have a child or not is central to a woman’s life, her well-being and her dignity. It is a decision she must make for herself,'” she wrote.

Katy Perry His track “Firework” took aim at SCOTUS’s ruling by referencing it, which has become the unofficial anthem for Independence Day since its release in 2010.

“Baby you’re a firework” is a 10 but women in America have less rights than a real sparkler smh

Twitter: @katyperry

“‘Baby you’re a firework’ is a 10 but women in America have less rights than a real sparkler smh,” he tweeted.

It was also taken to Twitter on Monday Leslie Joneswho condemned the holiday in a short video message to his followers: “It’s hard for me to say Happy 4th of July because it feels like we’re going back to slavery.”

Twitter: @Lesdoggg

“The 4th of July is supposed to stand for freedom and how the country fought for freedom…but this is not the land of the free.” Saturday Night Live Alam said. ‘You have taken away women’s rights, you are trying to take away the rights of voters. You don’t represent anything this holiday is supposed to be about.”

Elsewhere, Kim Kardashian, Kourtney Kardashian, and Kris Jenner used their massive Instagram platforms to call for the holiday to be “cancelled” entirely, re-sharing Anita Elizabeth Beaton’s post to their Stories.

“The 4th of July has been canceled due to lack of freedom. Sincerely, Ladies,” the post read.

Other famous faces supporting the viral call for repeal include Karlie Kloss, Candice Swanepoel and Succession Star Jay Smith-Cameron.

Also on Instagram, Lizzo turned her anger into action, pledging to donate all proceeds from her sapewear brand Yitty to abortion funds over the 4th of July weekend.

“Celebrate your body freedom with us by giving back to organizations fighting on the front lines for body autonomy,” the singer said in a short video shared on her account on Sunday.

Jameela Jameel got straight to the point about reproductive rights and wrote that it’s Independence Day “unless you have a uterus,” jokingly asking her followers not to have sex in solidarity.

Keeping it simple was Diane Kruger, who uploaded a text-only Instagram story that read: “America doesn’t have much to celebrate.”

And along with celebrating the holidays with festivals, The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills Star Lisa Rinna also made sure to remind her followers that reproductive freedom is being sacrificed.

“While you’re in between cocktails and hot dogs don’t forget to celebrate the 4th Row We Wade flipped,” she wrote alongside a video of Jane Elliott. “Don’t let them take away all our rights,” she added.

In addition to speaking out against the reversal of Roe v. WadeSeveral public figures also commented on the recent shooting in Highland Park, Illinois, where at least six people were killed during Monday’s Independence Day parade.

parodying the rhythm of the national anthem, Amanda Gorman shared a new poem in which he questioned America’s independence.

“Hey can we say, from the early flight gone / Did we fail so loud to the past glow of the morning light / Whose flawed edges and swirling spots, from perilous predicament / Our lone hearts, we watched, stir and bravely shout,” he began.

O say, from the early flight gone, Did we fail so loudly In the morning light’s past light, Whose flawed edges and swirling spots, From perilous plight, our lone hearts, We watched, stir and heroically cry. (1/2)

Twitter: @TheAmandaGorman

“And the ghastly glint of the rifle, the bullet bursting through the air / Seen the truth that our flag was not saved / O say that scarred banner still save / Our land of the free and home of the brave?” The poem is finished.

(2/2) And the terrible flash of the rifle, The bullets bursting in the air showed The truth that our flag was untouched. Hey say does that stained flag still save our land of the free and the home of the brave?

Twitter: @TheAmandaGorman

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