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  • Writer's pictureClaudio Fibonacci

The Hidden Symbolism Behind Celebrities’ Red Pins at the Oscars: Decoded!

Why Were Celebrities Wearing Red Pins at the Oscars?

Why Were Billie Eilish, Ava DuVernay, Mark Ruffalo, and Other Celebrities Wearing Red Pins at the Oscars?

You may have noticed that the recent Academy Awards ceremony began a few minutes late due to demonstrations against the Israel-Hamas war by Film Workers for Palestine and SAG-AFTRA Members for Ceasefire unfolding near the venue. Despite the disruptions, several celebrities used the Oscars red carpet as a platform to show their support for peace and ceasefire in the region.

Celebrity Support for Artists4Ceasefire

Billie Eilish, Finneas, Mark Ruffalo, Ramy Youssef, Mahershala Ali, Ava DuVernay, and other stars were seen wearing small red pins representing Artists4Ceasefire. This group of artists and advocates has come together in response to the humanitarian crisis in Israel and Palestine. Over 400 creatives, including America Ferrera, Andrew Garfield, and Cate Blanchett, signed an open letter urging President Biden to call for an immediate de-escalation and ceasefire in the region to prevent further loss of life.

  1. America Ferrera

  2. Andrew Garfield

  3. Ayo Edebiri

  4. Bradley Cooper

  5. Cate Blanchett

  6. Gigi Hadid

  7. Jennifer Lopez

  8. Jeremy Allen White

  9. Jessica Chastain

  10. Lily Gladsone

  11. Phoebe Bridgers

  12. Quinta Brunson

Voices for Justice

Ramy Youssef emphasized the importance of justice and safety for the Palestinian people, calling for an end to the violence and highlighting the need to protect innocent lives, especially children. Celebrities are using their platforms to speak out and appeal to people’s hearts for compassion and peace.

Artistic Responses to Conflict

Director Jonathan Glazer, known for his work on “The Zone of Interest,” used the Oscars stage to address the ongoing conflict. He spoke about the relevance of his film in reflecting on present-day issues of dehumanization and violence. Glazer emphasized the need to resist such atrocities and learn from history to prevent further tragedies.


The red pins worn by celebrities at the Oscars symbolize a collective call for peace, justice, and humanity in the midst of conflict. Through their actions and words, these artists are using their influence to raise awareness and advocate for a ceasefire in a crisis that demands global attention and solidarity.

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