More and more celebrities are jumping on board the #BringBackOurGirls campaign to raise awareness for the almost 300 missing Nigerian schoolgirls who were kidnapped weeks ago.
Last month, the schoolgirls were all taken from the town of Chibok and another eight were taken from another village earlier this week.
The Nigerian government has said that they are working to locate all of the missing children but have been unable to do so thus far.
The United States, China and France have all sent experts to help with the search.
Michelle Obama posted a photo of herself holding a sign that read the hashtag, which prompted stars to rally around the social media movement as quickly as possible.
"Our prayers are with the missing Nigerian girls and their families. It's time to #BringBackOurGirls," the first lady wrote on her Twitter account.
Tons of other famous faces in Hollywood have been voicing their outrage for the incident; let's take a look at who's speaking out:
Mia Farrow: "A serious search for Nigeria's stolen girls has taken WAY too long #BringBackOurGirls"
Teresa Palmer "Take a stand with me! #BringBackOurGirls it's absolutely barbaric and inconceivable that over 200 woman have been kidnapped whilst at SCHOOL in Nigeria. Sadly this apart of a worsening problem."
Cara Delevingne "Everyone help and raise awareness
#regram #repost or make your own!"
Poppy Delevingne: "I can't believe we live in a world where this happens...
Holly Robinson Peete: "These are the names of the kidnapped #NigerianSchoolgirls important to RT."
Daisy Fuentes: "This an outrage & a tragedy. The wold must demand immediate action."
Chelsea Clinton: "Reports saying more girls have been kidnapped in Nigeria on top of 200+ schoolgirls already missing. They need our voice.
Jenny McCarthy: "Help #BringBackOurGirls it's time we ALL start talking about this and bringing more attention to such horrific crime."
Meanwhile, a slew of other stars posted photos on Instagram regarding the kidnappings like Jessica Alba, Glee's Jenna Ushkowitz, Bryan Greenberg, Khloe Kardashian, Lily Aldridge, Annasophia Robb, Sophia Bush and Amy Poehler.
All four posed with signs saying, "Real men don't buy girls."
And Anne Hathaway and her husband Adam Schulman were both seen holding signs at a Los Angeles rally on Thursday afternoon.
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