AFM Endorses Hillary Rodham Clinton for President of the United States

By Hair, Ray | International Musician, October 2016 | Go to article overview

AFM Endorses Hillary Rodham Clinton for President of the United States


Hair, Ray, International Musician


The November 8 general election will mark a turning point in American government and history. America's values are on the line and it is up to each and every registered voter to weigh in and select a president that shares our values as workers.

Today, the American worker faces numerous national and global challenges that threaten progress, particularly within the arts. Throughout her long legislative-political career, throughout the primary campaign season, and now in the general election, Secretary Hillary Rodham Clinton has consistently stood as a champion for working men and women and their families across the US. Because of her consistent record in support of education, the performing arts, the US entertainment industry, health care, retirement security, and workplace safety, among other worker issues, the AFM's International Executive Board voted Friday, September 9, 2016 to endorse the candidacy of Secretary Hillary Rodham Clinton in the election for next President of the United States.

The AFM is proud to join with its brothers and sisters throughout the American labor movement to continue our fight for social and economic justice, while continuing our mission to make American culture through the arts and entertainment second to none. Because of her record, we believe that Clinton will best help us uphold these principles.

US arts and culture serve as a beacon of hope for people around the globe. As First Lady under the first Clinton Administration, Hillary Clinton worked to produce a number of cultural initiatives including the Save America's Treasures program, a project between the White House and the National Trust for Historic Preservation, which invested in our nation's irreplaceable legacy of artistic works. …

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