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Ally Brooke Joins Equal Rights Campaign, Creates New Music After Fifth Harmony Split

The Mexican-American singer celebrates her culture in upcoming solo album.

Ally Brooke, 25, became an advocate for diversity this month when she joined Partners in Preservation: Main Streets, a public voting campaign created by the National Trust for Historic Preservation in partnership with American Express, that will award $2 million in grants to historic sites on America’s Main Streets to promote diversity, equality and inclusion. The Mexican-American “Work From Home” singer — who recently launched her solo career after years with Fifth Harmony — spoke exclusively to OK! About her reason for joining the campaign and gave us an inside look into her fabulous new musical projects. Click through to learn more!

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