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Millie Bobby Brown Supports GLAAD & ACLU at MTV Movie Awards

Millie Bobby Brown, Stranger Things
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Brown took home the award for best actor in a series at last night’s inclusive award show.

They start younger and younger these days - becoming socially aware, that is.

At last night's MTV Movie and TV Awards, not only did Millie Bobby Brown win the award for best actor in a series for her work as the telekinetic Eleven on Stranger Things, she used her acceptance appearance to support social causes.

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Along with the rest of her Stranger Things costars, Brown donned a blue ampersand pin to show her support for GLAAD and a blue ribbon representing the ACLU. The ampersand is meant to be a symbol of unity and inclusion, described as "showing solidarity and speaking up to resist forces that try to divide," GLAAD president and CEO Sarah Kate Ellis told Variety.

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Brown concluded her acceptance speech by thanking Stranger Things creators the Duffer brothers for creating a "badass, female, iconic character that I've got the honor to play." Watch Brown's acceptance, and see her pin and ribbon, below.

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