Count Miley Cyrus amongst the celebrities supporting Occupy Wall Street.
With her newly released music video, the teenage star joins the ranks of Russell Simmons, Mark Ruffalo, Lupe Fiasco and many others in Hollywood lending their voice to the People's Microphone. "Liberty Walks," Cyrus's latest single, sets the music to images and video from the various protests and activity around the various OWS encampments throughout the nation.
"This is Dedicated to the thousands of people who are standing up for what they believe in," the dedication at the beginning of the video reads.
Earlier in November, many celebs spoke out against the clearing of Zuccotti Park in New York by the Bloomberg administration, with twitter outrage coming from Ruffalo, Questlove, Alec Baldwin and John Cusack, amongst others.
This video is a much more constructive one for Cyrus than the birthday party footage that was leaked out on Sunday; in that video, she says she's a "stoner," though her rep has said that she was only kidding.