Jennifer Aniston, Sofia Vergara and Kevin Bacon are just a few of the celebrities who have lent their star power for a new PSA to help end gun violence.
The video has quick cuts of people from all walks of life declaring, "We can end gun violence."
The PSA was created by Everytown for Gun Safety
, which is "a movement of Americans fighting for common-sense gun policies." At the end of the video, they ask the viewer to "add their voice" to the cause by recording their own message.
Other stars that participated in the movement include Adam Scott, Amanda Peet, Julianne Moore, Morris Chestnut, Ed O'Neill, Michael J. Fox, Nick Offerman, Megan Mullally and Nathan Lane. Even President Barack Obama is featured in the PSA.
The outspoken comedian admitted to ET this past week that she was "discouraged" that the Senate
voted down two gun control measures the day after the horrific mass shooting in San Bernardino, California.
"I am someone who has a voice right now, and I feel really passionately about it, and it's so heartbreaking," she told ET of her own fight to end gun violence. "It's just, like, enough. So, if not me, then who? And I hope other people will follow suit."
Here's more from Schumer's insightful interview: