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Sia Will Match Up to $100K in Donations to ACLU for 'Queer & Immigrant Friends'

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She wants receipts. 

Pop icon Sia is urging people to resist the latest upset from the Trump administration-and she's willing to pay for it. In actual dollars.

The Cheap Thrills singer tweeted Saturday night a call to donate to the American Civil Liberties Union "to help our queer & immigrants friends." She said that she would match donations up to $100,000.

The ACLU challenged in court President Donald Trump's executive order restricting immigration to the U.S. from select countries. Late Saturday, the ACLU won a temporary stay so that immigrants and legal residents affected by the ban could re-enter the country after protests broke out over their detainment at major airports.

Other celebrities joined Sia's called, including Rosie O'Donnell and Judd Apatow.

You can donate to the ACLU here, and make sure to send along word that you donated to one of these celebrities.

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