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SAG Member Tony Shalhoub to Attend Rally at Wisconsin State Capitol

Screen Actors Guild member Tony Shalhoub (Monk, How Do You Know) will travel to Madison, Wisconsin to rally with other union members at the state capitol in support of Wisconsin workers on Saturday afternoon, March 12.

Bradley Whitford, Gabrielle Carteris Rally With Unions in Wisconsin

Screen Actors Guild member Bradley Whitford (Good Guys, The West Wing) and SAG and AFTRA National Board member Gabrielle Carteris (My Alibi, Beverly Hills, 90210), along with other SAG and AFTRA members, joined tens of thousands of protesters in Madison, Wis. on February 26, in a show of solidarity with Wisconsin workers.

Rallies to be Held Across the Country on Saturday to Save the American Dream

In Wisconsin and around our country, the American Dream is under fierce attack.  On Saturday, February 26, at noon local time, Rally to Save the American Dream is organizing rallies in front of every statehouse and in every major city to stand in solidarity with the people of Wisconsin.  Please join your fellow union members, the AFL-CIO and other supporters in front of your statehouse.  Please click here to find information about a rally in your area. &nb

SAG Members: Why Wisconsin Matters to You

Dear Screen Actors Guild Member,

You may have seen or heard news reports about the large rallies in support of union workers taking place in Madison, Wisconsin over the last week.  You may have asked yourself why tens of thousands of working people are protesting, or why you should care.

Join Fellow Union Members this Saturday for One Nation March in Washington D.C., Los Angeles and Across the Country

Screen Actors Guild is proud to support the One Nation Working Together March in Washington D.C., and in cities across the country, this Saturday, October 2. For those not able to be in Washington, D.C., rallies are also being held in Los Angeles and other cities across the country.

Actors and Ballplayers Give Labor Day Weekend Shout-Outs

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Whether it was a drama at the multiplex or a baseball game at the stadium, millions of Americans spent their Labor Day weekend being entertained in some fashion.

Join Your Fellow Union Members for a Labor Day Tweet-a-Thon

Union Members Tweet in Support of Labor and Screen Actors Guild