1. Kerry Washington

The “Scandal” actress has never shied away from politics and has taken the stage at multiple Democratic National Conventions and stumped for Obama and Clinton.

2. Jesse Williams

Like we could forget his impassioned speech at the BET Awards where he said everything you need to know about the Black Lives Matter movement.

3. Denzel Washington

The Oscar-winning actor is a devoted Boys’ and Girls’ Club of America spokesperson, especially since he used it as a child in New York.

4. Amandla Stenberg

First known as Rue in “The Hunger Games,” the teenager is an outspoken advocate for Black Lives Matter and getting girls into Science and Tech fields.

5. Gabrielle Union

Gabrielle has been fearless in discussing her own history with sexual assault which makes her one of the most vocal anti-rape voices around.

6. Yasiin Bey

Formerly known as Mos Def, this actor/rapper has been out there on several issues from police brutality to the Guantanamo to the government’s response to Katrina.