Selena Gomez joined a slew of celebrities to promote education equality in a video that hit the web on Friday.

The “Slow Down”; singer joins A-listers like Orlando Bloom, Clive Owen, Seth Rogen, Ed Norton, Martin Sheen, Joe Jonas and Jennifer Hudson to give the inspiring story of 16-year-old Pakistani activist Malala Yousafzai a bigger voice.

Yousafzai is one of the figureheads for Free The Children’s We Are Silent campaign, an international event taking place on April 17 to highlight the millions of girls around the world that are facing poverty, exploitation and the denial of their right to an education.

It’s not the first time the Spring Breakers actress has lent her support to the campaign however. Just last month the 21-year-old gave an impassioned and emotional speech to 16,000 children during the first We Day Conference at Oakland’s Oracle Arena. 

You can watch the video in full below. It’s inspiring stuff.