Elon Musk Elon Musk, the CEO of Tesla Motors and SpaceX, is one of the most influential people in tech today.
He’s also a frequent critic of President Donald Trump, who has frequently criticized Musk for his business dealings.
He recently criticized Trump’s travel ban, saying the order was “not constitutional.”
Musk has also expressed support for the Women’s March on Washington and the Black Lives Matter movement, which he’s credited with sparking.
Nicki Minaj Nicki and Kanye West are friends.
Nick and Kanye were seen at the 2016 BET Hip Hop Awards together in Atlanta.
Kevin Durant Kevin Durant, the NBA All-Star, is an outspoken supporter of the Women, Girls and People of Color (WGOC) movement.
He once described the movement as “the most important social justice movement in history.”
Durant also recently supported the Women March on New York, which resulted in the arrest of more than a hundred protestors and one police officer.
Jay Z and Beyonce Beyonce has always been known for her deep connection with the people of the South.
She attended the first black church in Harlem in 1963, and she has campaigned for the rights of people of color.
Sean Penn Sean Penn, a former New York police officer, is best known for his role in the 2004 documentary “The Thin Blue Line.”
Penn is the author of the book “The Art of the Deal.”
Tom Hanks Tom Harkin, a Democrat, is known for the film “American Sniper,” which portrays the death of American soldiers and civilian bystanders at the hands of Islamic militants in Iraq and Afghanistan.
Hanks, who played a SEAL in the film, is also known for a recent Twitter feud with President Donald Trumps son.
Kevin Spacey Kevin Spaceys father is a Navy SEAL and the director of “Saw,” the 2013 drama starring Anthony Hopkins.
He has been a critic of Trump and his policies, particularly his travel ban.
David Fincher David Fisk, the co-founder of The Weinstein Co., is known as one of Hollywood’s most powerful and controversial actors.
He directed “Django Unchained,” the 2010 film about the brutal slave-trading scandal at the Sundance Film Festival.
Mark Zuckerberg Mark Zuckerberg, the founder of Facebook and the CEO, is a prominent figure in Silicon Valley.
He is a co-chair of Facebook’s board of directors, and he was also a finalist for the Nobel Prize in Literature in 2017.
Lena Dunham Lena Dunham is an award-winning television writer and producer.
She has written for HBO, MTV, The New York Times, NPR, ABC News, and more.