USA's Celebrated Characters Speak Out!
From our real world to the fictional ones USA delivers into your living rooms every week, the network has made it a mission statement to combat prejudice and discrimination through its Characters Unite program. Last week in Los Angeles, the stars from White Collar, Suits, Covert Affairs, Burn Notice, Necessary Roughness and more hit up the Pacific Design Center for "A More Perfect Union: Stories of Prejudice and Power."
Thanks to a special partnership with The Moth, the stars from those hit USA shows were joined by Oscar-nominee Octavia Spencer, Oscar-winning screenwriter Dustin Lance Black and many more in sharing personal tales of bigotry or discrimination that highlight a time when the storyteller discovered their own identity and voice.
It was a stunning evening, preceded by a red carpet that I camped out on to find out why the stars wanted to participate and what you can expect from the current/upcoming seasons of your favorite shows!