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DGA, SAG-AFTRA, WGA East, WGA West & Teamsters Express “Solidarity” With IATSE – Updated

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UPDATED with WGA West Statement: Hollywood’s unions have issued a statement of support for IATSE in its efforts to reach a new film and TV contract with management’s AMPTP, saying that they “stand in solidarity” with IATSE as it prepares to conduct a strike authorization among its members.

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The statement was signed by leaders of the DGA, SAG-AFTRA, the WGA East and the International Brotherhood of Teamsters: “On behalf of our hundreds of thousands of members working across film and television, we stand in solidarity with our IATSE brothers, sisters and kin,” the unions said. “The basic quality of life and living wage rights they’re fighting for in their negotiations are the issues that impact all of us who work on sets and productions. We stand with the IATSE.”

The joint statement was signed by DGA president Lesli Linka Glatter and national executive director Russell Hollander; SAG-AFTRA president Fran Drescher and national executive director Duncan Crabtree-Ireland; WGA East president Michael Winship and executive director Lowell Peterson, and Teamsters president James P. Hoffa.

Separately, the WGA West’s newly elected officers said in a tweet that “We stand with our sisters and brothers of IATSE in their worthy fight for safe working conditions and a fair contract.” The tweet was signed “in solidarity” by president Meredith Stiehm, vice president Michele Mulroney, and secretary-treasurer Betsy Thomas.

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