Lana Condor and Noah Centineo are offering fans a sneak peek of To All the Boys 3, aka To All the Boys: Always and Forever, Lara Jean, as part of a fundraiser for racial justice initiatives, including Black Lives Matter and Favored Nations.
The co-stars shared a video in which they discussed how they have been affected, like so many of us, after the events in the last few weeks and how they want to help tackle racial injustice and support BLM.
"We need help understanding racial injustice and racism, in general," said Lana in a video posted to her Instagram on June 15.
"We definitely don't know the best way forward. But, we do know some experts that might," continued Noah. "So, we would like to give them our platform with a livestream on YouTube."
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I'm so excited to be partnering with @favorednations in the fight against racial injustice and inequality in our country. To raise money for organizations leading these efforts, Noah and I will be doing a live table read event, along with important messages from activists and artists from the Black community. Together, let's learn more about systemic racism and how we can create change. ❤️ Follow @favorednations to get involved, and go to 퐟퐚퐯퐨퐫퐞퐝퐧퐚퐭퐢퐨퐧퐬.퐨퐫퐠/퐢퐝퐤 to RSVP (link in bio)
They are hosting a livestreamed table-read on YouTube on June 30 which will feature Black Lives Matter co-founder Patrisse Cullors, other special guests and Lana and Noah performing Table reads of To All the Boys I've Loved Before, To All the Boys: P.S. I Still Love You and the forthcoming film, To All the Boys 3, which is based off of the third novel in the book series, Always and Forever, Lara Jean by Jenny Han. The latest movie is scheduled to be released on Netflix in the fall.
Lana plays Lara Jean Covey in the films while Noah plays Peter Kavinsky, and the stars have been promoting the event in a few social videos.
Those who want to participate in the fundraising event can RSVP by donating or purchasing products by one of the chosen initiatives. These include Black Lives Matter, Know Your Rights Camp, Policing Equity, The Bail Project, Color of Change and FRRC. One hundred per cent of the money spent on apparel will go to the charity of your choosing.
There is a maximum of 5,000 donations and as of this writing there have been over 1,100 contributions, amounting to over US$26,000!
"Lana I love you so much (TATB3 Scene Reading Info)," Noah wrote on Instagram on June 22, when the pair uploaded another video they recorded together.
Lana and Noah spoke with each other via video call in the latest 50-minute video and promoted their causes.
The actor later shared a video of his conversation with Co-Founder and CEO of the Center for Policing Equity Phillip Atiba Goff. The initiative is his choice for the Favored Nations campaign.
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Conversation with Co-Founder and CEO of the Center for Policing Equity Phillip Atiba Goff. CPE is my choice initiative for our Favored Nations campaign. For more information or to donate directly go to Policingequity.org or click the link in my bio and select Center for Policing Equity as your choice when you donate.