On June 16, Lana Condor and Noah Centineo announced that they'll be doing a live table read of scenes from the entire To All the Boys series to raise awareness about the fight against racial injustice. The virtual event, which will take place on a date announced on June 22, is being put on by Centineo's philanthropy Favored Nations, which he started with his friend Josh Heller, and will feature a Q&A with Black Lives Matter co-founder Patrisse Cullors. "I'm so excited to be partnering with @favorednations in the fight against racial injustice and inequality in our country," Condor captioned her post announcing the event. "Together, let's learn more about systemic racism and how we can create change."
In addition to learning about the antiracist causes Favored Nations supports, like Black Lives Matter, the Center For Policing Equity, Know Your Rights, the Bail Project, Color of Change, and FRRC, fans will get receive a behind-the-scenes look at the first two movies. Fans will also learn more details about To All the Boys: Always and Forever, Lara Jean, which has finished production but doesn't yet have a release date.
During the announcement on June 22, the identities of the youth activist and a spoken word poet joining Centineo, Condor, and Cullors for the virtual event will also be revealed. You can RSVP for the event on the Favored Nations website.