Plague Nerdalogues Releases Second Wave of Videos to Benefit Black Lives Matter

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Almost a month ago, the first wave of videos for Plague Nerdalogues was released.

This charitable initiative was launched by writer producer Marc Bernardin (TV writer for shows like AlphasCastle Rock and Treadstone) to benefit No Kid Hungry, and so far it has raised $16,000. With the second wave of videos coming out, they’ve changed their focus to donating the money to Black Lives Matter.

The first wave of videos include actors such as Rob Benedict (Supernatural, Waiting), David Blue (SGU Stargate Universe), David Dastmalchian (Macgyver, The Dark Knight) and more.

The second wave of videos, which released on June 12, features talent like Grant Gustin (The Flash), David Ramsey (Arrow), Malcolm Barrett (Timeless), David Harewood (Supergirl), Caity Lotz (DC’s Legends of Tomorrow), director Kevin Smith, Rahul Kohli (iZombie), Ahmed Best (Star Wars: Jedi Temple Challenge) as well as Will Forte, Yvette Nicole Brown, Christina Ochoa, Gary Anthony Williams, Jordan Calloway, Gary Anthony Williams, Jordan Calloway, Tracie Thoms, Eugene Byrd, Jay Pharoah, Jesse Rath, Chris Lee, Alaina Huffman, Drew Powell, Michael Trucco, Casey McKinnon and more.

You can find all of the videos here at theplaguenerdalogues.com for a minimum of $10 donation to Black Lives Matter. Once you donate, bookmark the page so you can come back and enjoy all of the past, present and future videos for The Plague Nerdalogues.

To read about the first wave of monologues click to read our article here.

Watch the trailer for the second wave below.

 

Emma

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