Demi Lovato helping those affected by 'DACA,' 'Hurricane Harvey'
Demi Lovato says she's reached out to the nonprofit organization Voto Latino to find out how she can help save DACA after President Donald Trump said he's rescinding the program that allows young immigrants who were brought to America as children to remain in the U.S.
In an interview with The Associated Press, she stated, "I work with Voto Latino sometimes and I contacted Wilmer Valderrama, whose part of the organization and said, 'What can I do to help?' So we're going to try to figure something out," The pop singer and Valderrama dated for six years until last year.
"She went on to say, "I genuinely believe that this is just a race problem and I think that it's something that is just not right, and we need to stand up for the things we believe in." Lovato, 25, grew up in Dallas and said she has also been working to assist those affected by Hurricane Harvey.
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