Issa Rae, Oprah, Ryan Reynolds, and Chadwick Boseman are among the celebrities who have added their signature to an open letter to world leaders detailing the inherent sexism of poverty.

"Dear World Leaders, we're putting you on notice," the One Campaign-backed letter, which you can also sign, reads. "For 130 million girls without an education. For one billion women without access to a bank account. For 39,000 girls who became child brides today. For women everywhere paid less than a man for the same work. There is nowhere on earth where women have the same opportunities as men, but the gender gap is wider for women living in poverty."

 

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Natalie Portman, Meryl Streep, Letitia Wright, Thandie Newton, and Lena Dunham were also among the 140 names behind the letter. According to BBC News, the letter has received additional boosts from former U.S. Secretary of State Madeleine Albright and Huffington Post founder Arianna Huffington.

Read the full One Campaign letter below. At the time of this article's publication, the letter had amassed just under 140,000 signatures.

Dear World Leaders,

We’re putting you on notice.

For 130 million girls without an education. For one billion women without access to a bank account. For 39,000 girls who became child brides today. For women everywhere paid less than a man for the same work.

There is nowhere on earth where women have the same opportunities as men, but the gender gap is wider for women living in poverty.

Poverty is sexist. And we won’t stand by while the poorest women are overlooked.

You have the power to deliver historic changes for women this year. From the G7 to the G20; from the African Union to your annual budgets; we will push you for commitments and hold you to account for them. And, if you deliver, we will be the first to champion your progress.

We won't stop until there is justice for women and girls everywhere.

Because none of us are equal until all of us are equal.

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