Jennifer Lawrence Pens Heartfelt Message About Refugees


Awards season can often feel pretty pointless and masturbatory.

This year, though, celebrities are using the broadcasts as a platform to preach love and acceptance during Donald Trump's disastrous first week as President of what used to be America and now just kind of feels like a stress drawing some eight-year-old made during family therapy.

Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Mahershala Ali and Ashton Kutcher all spoke out against Trump's immigrant ban during Sunday night's SAG Awards.

The “Veep” actress pledged her patriotism, admitting,

Mahershala reminded viewers differences like religion are never acceptable terms for discord and discrimination.

The “Moonlight” star said,

Though Jennifer Lawrence was not in attendance, she shared her reaction to the ban via Facebook on Monday.


The “Passengers” leading woman wrote,

J Law is currently on set in Budapest but has maintained a connection to fans and the state of events back home via social media.

As women took to the streets last week to march in protest, Jen lent words of support, thanking the women taking action and calling President Trump “a bad dancer.”


Trump's actions thus far as president may be the only thing worse than his dancing, but don't worry, Hollywood, there's still time for things to get worse.

Citations: Jennifer Lawrence Prays For 'Compassion To Return To The White House' Amid Trump's Immigration Ban (Huffington Post)