Kane Brown and Brad Paisley will be joining other artists that are teaming up with hundreds of news and media outlets for a campaign to save the first amendment.

The Tennessean reports that “several ads will run starting on July 1st from the Free Speech Center at Middle Tennessee State University in Murfreesboro in support of first amendment rights.”

Recent protests have highlighted the first amendment which includes freedom of speech, press, and assembly, which ten percent of Americans didn’t know was a part of the first amendment.

The “1 For All Campaign for the First Amendment” will launch featuring pictures and quotes from famous Tennessee names within and outside of music.

Brown’s ad features lyrics from his just-released “Worldwide Beautiful” song, a call for racial unity.

“Still got some work, but we still got a dream…,” says Brown’s ad. “Let’s use our freedoms of speech, press and assembly to build understanding and mutual respect. The dream is within our reach….”

Other notable names fighting for first amendment rights alongside Brown and Paisley include Loretta Lynn, Darius Rucker, Rosanne Cash, Billy Ray Cyrus, and Olympic gold medal-winning ice skater Scott Hamilton.