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Arts Advocacy Day 2011: Alec Baldwin

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Uploaded on Apr 6, 2011

Alec Baldwin, Emmy Award®-winning TV, film and stage actor energized a crowd of arts advocates before they took to the halls of congress during the 2011 Arts Advocacy Day. With strong conviction, Alec testified that the arts mean business in this country, especially in New York City, but not all areas of this country are like New York City. There are pockets of the country where the arts can only survive with federal support. Alec's message that the arts are what's under the skin, in the soul and hearts of the people in this country motivated and gave advocates confidence to speak to their members of congress.

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