Sara Ramirez gave a speech before introducing Nonny de la Peña to discuss ways in which new technology can convey the realities of LBGT youth homelessness with at the True Colors Fund 40 to None Summit.
The team at Loserville walked the red carpert at the NYC premiere in blue shirts to STOMP Out Bullying.
Ramirez also performed, with Michael Pemberton, her latest single Rollercoaster.
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Sara Ramirez produced the film Loserville, a fresh take on the teen movie genre, tackling the important issues of bullying, identity and self-expression faced by teens today.
Directed by Lovell Holder, Loserville tells the story of high school outcast Chuck, who is navigating the wild and confusing days of his senior year. He and friends are growing apart. His mother has decided to date a much younger man who just happens to be the school’s gym teacher. His dream girl — the brilliant, beautiful and popular Melissa Mercer — barely acknowledges his existence. His plans to befriend Melissa’s younger sister, Mary, in hopes to win her heart once and for all. But a video of Mary surfaces and she becomes the school’s gossip target.
STOMP Out Bullying™, the leading national anti-bullying and cyberbullying prevention organisation for kids and teens in the U.S, is partnering with the film Loserville to celebrate Blue Shirt Day® World Day of Bullying Prevention™ on October 3rd.
Source: Latino Rebels
The premiere of Loserville in LA saw Ramirez showing off her new haircut and proudly wearing a shirt from PACER to promote anti-bullying. Cast and crew were in attendance of this wonderful night.
Sara used Instagram stories for the first time and shared with her followers the moment when she was on the purple carpet.
On 25 September, Ramirez attended the Pasadena Peace and Unity Fest in California.
The fest is to raise awareness of the violence in Northwest Pasadena and to peacefully bring together the community through music and spoken word.
A performance by Maya Jupiter was among many of the day. Ramirez joined friend, Jupiter, on stage as she performed I Am.