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December 10, 2015

Celebrities, everyday citizens, join Obama in campaign against gun violence

Video encourages viewers to add their voice

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The Rev. Al Sharpton, center, and Spike Lee, second from left, lead a march to Times Square for the prevention of gun violence on Tuesday, Dec. 1, 2015, in New York, following the premiere of Lee's new film "Chi-Raq."

United States gun-control advocates, gun-violence survivors and a host of celebrities have joined President Barack Obama in a new, interactive video.

Add Your Voice: Everytown for Gun Safety invited Americans to submit their own "We Can" or "End Gun Violence" video message, here, to be added to the end of the video.

The campaign, promoted by Everytown for Gun Safety, features Obama announcing, "When we come together, Americans can do anything."

Celebrities featured in the video include Jennifer Aniston, Sofia Vergara, Amy Schumer and more. 

Colin Goddard, an Everytown for Gun Safety policy advocate and Virginia Tech shooting survivor, said in a press release from Everytown, "The fact that Americans are 20 times more likely to be murdered with a gun than people in any other developed country is unacceptable." 

Read the full Everytown for Gun Safety press release here.