- 'Humanity for Hillary' calls for more women in elected office
- Lena Dunham and other stars appear in group's first video
The group launched Monday with a website and video that calls for more women in elected offices.
In the video entitled, "This is What My Revolution Looks Like," Dunham says revolution "looks like women having a seat at the table -- at the head of the table."
"Women made up 53% of all voters in the last election, and yet we make up 19.4% of our Congress. What the f***," Aduba says in the video.
Aduba's "Orange is the New Black" co-star, Taylor Schilling, also appears. Schilling criticizes the lack of paid leave offered to new mothers in the United States and says, "[There's] no family leave like literally every other developed nation in this world."
The video tackles a variety of other issues and also features Rosie Perez, Lea Delaria, Natasha Lyonne and Hill Harper.