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Latino Celebrities Sign Open Letter to Congress on Gun Violence

Prince Royce and influential Latin celebrities such as Ricky Martin, Shakira, Jennifer Lopez, and Lin-Manuel Miranda sign and open letter to congress.
Prince Royce Performs at Grand Slam Party Latino
Prince Royce on stage at Grand Slam Party Latino at Marlins Park on December 5, 2015 in Miami, FloridaRodrigo Varela / Getty Images

Several prominent Latinos are among the celebrities who have teamed up in a social media campaign calling for Congress to enact gun control measures. The shooting in Orlando has spurred increased demands for legislation and has led to a historic sit-in in the House.

Senate Democrats And Gun Violence Victims Urge Passage Of Gun Control Legislation
Sen. Chris Murphy (C) (D-CT) speaks during a press conference held by Democratic senators calling for action on gun violence June 16, 2016 at the U.S. Capitol in Washington, DC.Win McNamee / Getty Images

With the hashtag #DISARMHATE, singer and songwriter, Prince Royce, a leading advocate against gun violence, posted a photo on his Instagram with the names and signatures of over 200 artists and executives who want to put a stop to gun violence.

The photo includes signatures from many influential Latino celebrities, including Christina Aguilera, Jennifer Lopez, Lin-Manuel Miranda, Los Tigres Del Norte, Mana, Nicky Jam, Prince Royce, Ricky Martin, Selena Gomez and Shakira.

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