So here's what went down before the arrest.
According to the outlet,
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America, the home of the free, the land of… the immigrants!
Lupita Nyong'o, Rosario Dawson, Akon, Wilmer Valderrama, and LOTS of other celebs lent their time and message to an amazing YouTube video produced this week in conjunction with June being Immigrant Heritage Month, and we are loving it!!
Pointing out that all Americans come from those who were immigrants at one time or another, these celebs take a stand to support immigrants coming to this country still today even while some of our highest-profile politicians are so aggressively against them.
Ch-ch-check out the inspiring, forward-thinking video (above)!!!
P.S. Happy Immigrant Heritage Month, everybody!
Don't ever say Rosario Dawson isn't passionate about politics!
The actress was arrested on Friday afternoon in Washington, D.C. while taking part in a protest with Democracy Spring, fighting against the scourge of money in politics.
The Daredevil star was part of a non-violent protest on Capitol Hill, where she and about a dozen other people crossed a police line and sat down in protest. From there, they were arrested — and then released just a few hours later.
First, check out Rosario and a larger group protesting as the police inform them of their arrests (below) before seeing Dawson's reaction to the legal incident:
Miley Cyrus is totally feeling the Bern!
The Wrecking Ball songstress hasn't been shy about sharing her political views to her social media following.
Now, Mileybird is at it again — but this time, she's not the only celeb who's voicing support for the Democratic candidate!
On Monday, the pop star shared a clip of herself vocalizing the presidential hopeful's historical support of the LGBT community:
It sounds kind of crazy, but this doesn't seem like an April Fools joke to us.
On Friday, Rosario Dawson was taking part in a round table alongside Michelle Alexander and Tessa Thompson during a Harlem town hall hosted by Bernie Sanders' campaign.
While she was there, the Daredevil star began discussing President Obama, and how she believes the American people lost faith in our elected leader very early on, saying:
"They all organized and they thought that they had their guy, their one person. But within two months of him becoming president, people lost faith."
But the weird part is why she thinks our current Commander-In-Chief stopped being supported by his constituents.
The brunette beauty explained that she feels the President didn't utilize Twitter as much as he should have — and discussed why it was important for him to mobilize voters with social media platforms like that to oppose the Republican Party obstructionism Obama experienced throughout his entire presidential term.
"To his due credit — Twitter had only just had its 10-year anniversary — I don't think he really fully appreciated the organization that was possible that could continue after getting the seat. To say that was all obstructionism is complete fallacy because he had presented to the House. He didn't continue with the momentum that got him there."
Listen to her full statement (below):
On Tuesday, it was reported that after New York Fashion Week's opening ceremony on Sunday the KUWTK star's security detail allegedly shoved the Honest Company mogul out of the way during an incident. Yikes!
Apparently, the Sin City actress was making her way to exit when she stopped to say hello to someone. Unfortunately, she was then bulldozed out of the way by the 18-year-old, her boyfriend Tyga, and their entourage.
One source revealed: