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SAG-AFTRA is the nation’s largest labor union representing working performers. Retweets or follows do not equal endorsements.
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SAG-AFTRA Sep 13
Breaking News: Our legislation has passed the CA Assembly & Senate! Huge thanks to for fighting nonconsensual digitized sexual performance of and all Californians!
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SAG-AFTRA Sep 11
The unanimously passed the U.S. House Judiciary Committee. This legislation - championed by & - will establish a small claims court in the U.S. Copyright Office for copyright disputes.
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SAG-AFTRA Sep 11
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SAG-AFTRA Sep 10
SAG-AFTRA Begins Talks to Develop Protocols for Intimacy Coordinators
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SAG-AFTRA Sep 10
Black Female Actors: In Auditions & On Set | MOVE: Images of Black Women.
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SAG-AFTRA Sep 6
SAG-AFTRA has filed a brief supporting in her court case against Harvey Weinstein. We are continuing our ongoing efforts to fight sexual harassment in the entertainment industry and permanently change the culture that allows it to continue.
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SAG-AFTRA Sep 6
Thank you for signing by to ensure who are CA residents receive the state benefits they are entitled to upon working out of the state. We are grateful to you both for protecting our hardworking members!
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SAG-AFTRA Sep 5
HUMBLE COURAGE AND 90210: A conversation with SAG-AFTRA President about the future of work, sexual harassment and her journey from young actor to labor leader.
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SAG-AFTRA Sep 5
Labor Day Weekend updates on organized labor from union leaders; Gabrielle Carteris, President, SAG-AFTRA and Patrick D. Kelly, Secretary-Treasurer, Teamsters Union Local 952, Orange County.
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SAG-AFTRA Sep 4
SAG-AFTRA and Arise Chicago Hold Press Conference Outside SBS' Chicago Radio Station La Ley
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Arise Chicago Sep 4
Press conference with workers and DJs from fighting for pay equity from La Ley & SBS and their First contract!
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Arise Chicago Sep 4
“Arise finds it outrageous that the workers at are paid less than the industry standard and are proud to stand with them” Rev C.J. Hawking
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Arise Chicago Sep 4
“We’re not just fighting for ourselves but for future generations of workers in our industry. Estamos lunchando por nuestras generaciones futuras”
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Arise Chicago Sep 4
“Do the right thing, and pay your workers the same level as English speaking media, and give them some dignity”
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SAG-AFTRA Sep 4
marched in Labor Day parades in cities across the nation to honor labor unions and communities of working-class families. Labor Day festivities!
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SAG-AFTRA Sep 4
Our favorite SBS DJs organized their union in September 2018 and are still negotiating for a fair contract. Please show your support and sign La Ley Petition
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SAG-AFTRA NEWS Sep 3
Launching today! SAG-AFTRA is partnering with SeeHer to increase the accurate portrayal of women and girls in media.
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SAG-AFTRA Sep 2
The holiday brought to you by unions! Happy
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SAG-AFTRA Aug 31
SAG-AFTRA Remembers the Life of Former Board Member Valerie Harper
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SAG-AFTRA Aug 30
Great news! Our CA bill which combats exploitation of , is headed to the Senate floor. THANK YOU Chairman for your commitment to this issue. We are grateful for your leadership in Sacramento!
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