Member Briefing: Arts, Immigration, and Sanctuary Cities

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From the Statement on 

Immigration and Refugee Ban

Americans for the Arts stands in opposition to policies that limit the free exchange of art, artists, and ideas based on nationality, faith, race, age or ability—and deplores the discriminatory nature of [President Trump's] travel ban.

Read the full Statement

About the Member Briefing

Arguing for the impact, value, and relevance of the arts is a constant effort. We are here to support you as you make your case.

Join us for this members only 30 minute call to discuss our Statement on Immigration directly with Americans for the Arts staff. They will discuss the latest updates, implications for arts, and what you can do.

Sign up, call-in, and join the discussion!

Please note, to join the call you must first access the platform on the right-hand column. 

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Narric W. Rome, Vice President of Government Affairs and Arts Education, Americans for the Arts


Ruby Lopez Harper, Director of Local Arts Services



Bridget Woodbury, Membership Marketing Coordinator, Americans for the Arts


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