Using her platform to take a stand, Olivia Wilde shared a post with her 2.2 million Instagram followers yesterday referencing the ACLU, a nonprofit focused on protecting the civil liberties of those in America. The post was a red, white, and blue portrait of Wilde, created by the artist Shepard Fairey years early, featuring the actress wrapped in an American flag, clutching a clipboard and holding a megaphone high in the air.

The issue hit particularly close to home for Wilde, who notes she is a member of the ACLU, as her sister worked with the organization for many years.

Wilde stated, “Back in the day, @obeygiant and I collaborated on this poster for the @aclu_nationwide. My sister was a lawyer for them for several years, and I saw firsthand how hard they work to protect the vulnerable and voiceless. I’m so proud to be a card carrying member, and I encourage you to do the same. #aclu”

According to The New York Times, the ACLU has raised over $24 Million in donations since the first day of the immigration ban.

A few days prior, Wilde posted a cover image of the February 6, 2017 issue of The New Yorker, featuring Rosie the Riveter inspired imagery, updated with a pink hat referencing the Women’s Marches on January 21, 2017.


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Wilde attended the Washington DC Women’s March, wearing a hat of the same fashion, which currently graces her account profile image, prominently stating her political views and feelings of elation from participating in the march.

Train ride back to NYC, still so high on the pussy power. This is just the beginning. #staynasty

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