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SAG Member Bradley Whitford and Others to Attend Rally at Wisconsin State Capitol

Screen Actors Guild member Bradley Whitford (The West Wing) and SAG National Board member Gabrielle Carteris (The Event, My Alibi, Beverly Hills, 90210) will travel to Madison, Wisconsin to rally with other union members in support of Wisconsin workers on Saturday, February 26.

Actors Discuss Challenges, Keys to Success at Black Hollywood Event

Do you really want to act, or do you just want to be famous? That was the question posed by a panel of accomplished actors and producers at a February 23 event examining what it means to be an African American in the entertainment industry

Screen Actors Guild Commemorates Black History Month with Celebrations of African-American Actors in Los Angeles and New York

Los Angeles (February 23, 2011) — In commemoration of Black History Month, Screen Actors Guild National Ethnic Employment Opportunities Committee and SAG Affirmative Action & Diversity will present events today in Los Angeles and New York celebrating the history and accomplishments of African Americans in film and television.

SAG Members Overwhelmingly Ratify Basic Cable Live Action Agreement

Filed in: Contracts

Los Angeles (February 22, 2011) – In national voting completed today, members of Screen Actors Guild cast their ballots to approve a new, three-year contract covering basic cable live action programming.

The new pact goes into effect July 1, 2011, and will remain in force until June 30, 2014.

New York Event: "African Americans On-Screen: Our History...Our Future"

IN CELEBRATION OF BLACK HISTORY MONTH SAG NATIONAL ETHNIC EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES COMMITTEE PRESENTS:

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.

Screen Actors Guild Supports Workers Rights in Wisconsin

In Wisconsin this week, workers, students, community allies and people of faith have joined together to stage massive protests against Governor Walker's budget proposal which would gut collective bargaining rights for 200,000 public workers. Tens of thousands of people are putting their everyday lives on hold to stand in solidarity.

Workers across the country — from Wisconsin to Indiana, Ohio, and beyond — are fighting back. In this still-struggling economy, our country needs one thing: more good jobs.

President's Day, Monday, February 21

Filed in: Member Alert

In observance of President’s Day, SAG offices will be closed on Monday, February 21.  Regular business hours will resume on Tuesday, February 22.