Actress Dreama Walker is the latest
celebrity to join the Human Rights Campaign's (HRC) Americans for
Marriage Equality campaign.
“As an American I believe in the
freedom to chose who we want to love and who we want to marry.
Deciding to share our life with the person we love is one of the most
beautiful commitments we can make. And that's why I believe that
everyone should have access to the same rights and protections of
legal marriage,” the 25-year-old Walker says in a video for the
campaign released Wednesday. (The video is embedded in the right
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Walker currently stars as June Colbern
in the ABC comedy series Don't Trust the B---- in Apartment 23.
ABC renewed the series for a second season earlier this month.
Recent contributors to Americans for
Marriage Equality include actors and real-life married couple Meghan
Mullally and Nick Offerman, actor Stanley
Tucci, actress Kristen
Bell, singer Jason
Mraz, The Talk co-host Aisha
Tyler, Cleveland Browns linebacker Scott
Fujita, Pariah's Kim
Wayans and Dee Rees (the film's star and writer-director),
Precious star Mo'Nique,
The Good Wife's Josh
Charles, Baltimore Ravens linebacker Brendon
Ayanbedejo, the Rev.
Al Sharpton, Goldman Sachs CEO Lloyd
Blankfein, Washington Governor Chris
Gregoire, Minnesota Senator Al
Franken and Julian
Bond, chairman emeritus of the National Association for the
advancement of Colored People (NAACP).