Selena Gomez and Lin-Manuel Miranda [Photo: FilmMagic, Getty Images]

The stars speak

celebrities like Selena Gomez and Lin-Manuel Miranda on their social media platforms shown support for the "Families Belong Together" marches scheduled for Saturday in the United States.

Hundreds of thousands of people are expected to protest against the "zero tolerance" of the Trump government. Immigration policy, according to the organizer.

Here celebrities tell about the event, many of which use the #familiesbelonggetogether hashtag.

Gomez focused on what families need in search of security.

"Families seeking security in our country need protection, understanding and opportunities" This is a moral decision, not a political decision, "she tweeted late Friday.

Miranda shared a photo on his way to becoming the capital of the country on Friday.

"Shorter holidays so I can march tomorrow with you all in DC and I'm glad to be back home," he headlined in the picture.

Alyssa Milano also tweeted her support.

"TODAY" Do you know that? Do you know you're hearing the voice, "she tweeted.

Chrissy Teigen, who will be speaking at the Los Angeles rally Saturday and introducing husband John Legend, will be tweeting information on how people might find a #familiesBelongTogether event Close to them.

Mindy Kaling also shared information about like

"Families belong together. Tomorrow, thousands of people across the country wear white and go out on the street to protest to end the family separation and detention, "she tweeted." Learn more and join in: "

Ava DuVernay challenged her followers on "taking action."

"If you believe in justice and dignity for all, take action tomorrow. 1) Find a protest near you. 2) # WearWhite. 3) Raise your voice, "she wrote

Kerry Washington invited the fans to join her in the New York March.

"If you come in NY, please come to me," she tweeted. "There are # FamiliesBelongTogether events taking place across the country, check out to find a march near you."

America Ferrera announced that they are marching in the capital Saturday would share a photo with her husband, Ryan Piers Williams, and young son, Sebastian.

"I will also march in DC on Saturday for our children and families – who else?" she tweeted.

"I want people to fight for my family, it's that simple." – Protester in Milwaukee, "Subtitling her family photo." Tomorrow, June 30, there will be marches across the country to keep families together. I'll march in DC. "