Hilary Clinton on Friday released an ad in which she reiterates her support for LGBT rights.

In the 30-second ad, titled Hillary Clinton: Equality is About Changing Hearts and Minds, the Democratic presidential nominee talks about LGBT rights over images of two women holding hands and two men sharing a kiss at a LGBT Pride rally.

“We need to build an America where no one has to worry they can get married on Saturday and be fired on Monday,” Clinton says. “Where kids aren't bullied just because of who they are. And where every American has the chance to live to his or her God-given potential no matter who they are or who they love.”

Chad Griffin, president of the Human Rights Campaign (HRC), the nation's largest LGBT rights advocate, applauded Clinton.

“Time and again Hillary Clinton has demonstrated through her words and actions that she is committed to fighting for full LGBTQ equality,” Griffin said. “All of the progress we’ve achieved is at stake in this election. While Donald Trump continues his hate-filled campaign and threatens to drag us backwards, Hillary Clinton will fight to break down the walls of discrimination that still hold us back. It’s crucially important that pro-equality Americans turn out and vote for Hillary Clinton as the next President of the United States.”