Unions close shop in L.A. and Gotham

McNary, Dave
September 2001
Daily Variety;9/12/2001, Vol. 273 Issue 8, p9
Trade Publication
Reports on the closure of the operations of entertainment unions in the United States following the September 11 terrorist attacks. Impact on union employees and members; Plans of the American Federation of Television and Radio Artists to provide post-trauma support to members; Cancellation of the national board meeting of the Screen Actors Guild.


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