It has been nearly three weeks since actors walked off the job, halting production of most television and film across the entertainment industry.
Hundreds of SAG-AFTRA members brought their star-studded fight for a fair contract to the heart of Times Square on Tuesday.
“We are fighting for the survival of our craft, to insure that acting continues to be a viable career choice,” said SAG-AFTRA member Nancy Giles.
The union of more than 160,000 actors and actresses authorized a strike back on July 13 after failed negotiations with the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers.
Union representatives said they are fighting to ensure its members receive their fair share
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