Lou Diamond Phillips, who currently stars as Gil Arroyo on FOX’s hit thriller Prodigal Son, is known for many roles: actor, director, author, and activist! Phillips will be joining the Bayard Rustin Center for Social Justice for a discussion about representation on screen and on the page. This hour is dedicated to not only representation, but community. The conversation will inspire and empower those to action and highlight the importance of diversity in Hollywood and beyond. Check out the message from Phillips below!
Tune in for a very special @rustincenter Social Justice Power Hour Thursday welcoming to our virtual stage @LouDPhillips~ actor, director, author, & activist
Important conversation about representation on the screen & on the page
LIVE Oct. 1st, 7pm ET/4 PThttps://t.co/pJ52sNoFpI pic.twitter.com/VMtOa96ZPJ
— Bayard Rustin Center for Social Justice (@RustinCenter) September 27, 2020
Make sure to check out this motivational conversation on October 1 on Facebook at 7 p.m. EST/4 p.m. PST! Also, don’t forget to grab Phillips’ new novel The Tinderbox: Soldier of Indira when it comes to bookstores October 20!