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VIDEO: PSYCH's Dule Hill in PSA for USA's 'Character's Unite' Campaign

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Dule Hill, star of USA Network's PSYCH, has joined Matt Bomer, Patrick Adams, Peter Gallagher and more by starring in a PSA revealing what he won't stand for and how prejudice affects his daily life. Check it out below!

USA's third Characters Unite Month includes a range of multiplatform initiatives that aim to shine a light on the intolerance and discrimination that exist today; encourage candor and dialogue around tough issues like racism, gender inequality, homophobia and bullying; and inspire people to say "I won't stand for ..." it anymore. Below, get a first look at 'White Collar' star Matt Bomer in the network's PSA "I Won't Stand For", part of their month-long campaign.

USA is working with partners including the NFL, leading Multichannel Video Programming Distributors (MVPDs), and more than 20 leading nonprofit organizations such as the Southern Poverty Law Center, American Association of People with Disabilities, National Council of La Raza, NAACP, GLSEN, Human Rights Campaign, National Council of Women's Organizations and others.

VIDEO: PSYCH's Dule Hill in PSA for USA's 'Character's Unite' Campaign


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