jennifer lopez, kim kardashian, demi lovatoKim Kardashian, Jennifer Lopez and many celebrities took to social media to express their rejection towards President Donald Trump's new immigration executive orders and the decision of going ahead with a wall on the border with Mexico.

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Kim Kardashian comes from an Armenian background on her dad's side. 1

Kim Kardashian comes from an Armenian background on her dad's side.

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She highlighted how random the decision seems to be. Isn't it crazy that she is a voice of reason in this case?

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Jennifer Lopez's message was so on point. 2

Jennifer Lopez's message was so on point.

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"Honestly I feel like we are in a nightmare right now!! In a country founded by immigrants how did immigrant become a bad word!!! #nobannowall #unitedwestand #nomuslimban #sayingnothingissayingsomething #standup #loveistheanswer," she wrote.

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Demi Lovato is of Mexican descent. 3

Demi Lovato is of Mexican descent.

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She is also very active in the Women's March movement.

America Ferrera has been offering some practical help to undocumented immigrants. 4

America Ferrera has been offering some practical help to undocumented immigrants.

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Her parents came from Honduras.

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Wilmer Valderrama is a supporter of the movement to defend refugees and immigrants. 5

Wilmer Valderrama is a supporter of the movement to defend refugees and immigrants.

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He is first generation American, from Colombian and Venezuelan parents.

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George Lopez's post was inspiring. 6

George Lopez's post was inspiring.

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"It's time we all realize none of us are in this alone #unite #nobannowall."

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Zoe Saldana reminded us of another dark time in our history. 7

Zoe Saldana reminded us of another dark time in our history.

"A good person to remember in today's political climate," she wrote remembering Fred Korematsu, the Japanese American civil rights activist who refused to go to the internment camps the government set up for the Japanese during War World II.

Gael García Bernal had an interesting idea. 8

Gael García Bernal had an interesting idea.

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"Mexico must receive all (the people) rejected by the US. An act of solidarity thus puts us even more on the right side of history," wrote the Mozart in the Jungle actor.

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Diego Luna sent a direct message to Mexican president Enrique Peña Nieto. 9

Diego Luna sent a direct message to Mexican president Enrique Peña Nieto.

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Using the Canadian Prime Minister's message of acceptance as an inspiration, Luna wrote: "President Enrique Peña Nieto, don't you think this seems a great opportunity for Mexico to join? Is it only the wall what offends us? We could be on the side right [of history]," wrote the Rogue One actor.

Rosario Dawson chose to be hopeful. 10

Rosario Dawson chose to be hopeful.

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The actress, who was very active supporting Bernie Sanders, was moved by the actions to help the people affected by the new immigration measures.

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Adam Rodríguez was very clear on his position. 11

Adam Rodríguez was very clear on his position.

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The American actor, of Cuban and Puerto Rican background, has been using social media to participate in the protest.

Alicia Machado reminded us of Lady Liberty. 12

Alicia Machado reminded us of Lady Liberty.

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The Venezuelan actress hasn't let go of her opposition to Donald Trump now that he is president.