Uzo Aduba, Lena Dunham, Rosie Perez and several stars have joined the #ThisIsWhatMyRevolutionLooksLike campaign.
The women have come together to speak out on the need for more women to serve in public office.
The campaign which is championed by the grassroots organization Humanity for Hillary on Monday shared the video which supports Hillary Clinton on the first day of the Democratic National Convention.
The stars used the medium to define what revolution means to them.
Uzo Aduba along with several of her Orange is the New Black co-stars, discussed what their revolution looks like.
They spotlighted equal pay for both genders, jobs should create family leave, and every woman should have the right to make her choices, whatever it is.
Lena Dunham said, “It looks like women finally having a seat at the table, at the head of the table.”
Actress Natasha Lyonne stated, “It means the leadership of this country finally getting somewhat closer to reflecting who makes up half this country.”
The group also addressed the lack of women in leadership roles in the U.S.
“Women made up 53% of all voters in the last election,” Uzo Aduba said while joining fellow campaigners who addressed the lack of leadership roles being held by women in the United States.
She continued, “And yet we only make up 19.4% of our Congress? What the f—?”
Celebrities including Dunham, Katy Perry and America Ferrera, have been scheduled to attend Hillary Clinton’s Democratic National Convention where she will officially accept the Democratic nomination for President of the United States.