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National Arts Advocacy Rally at Civic Center

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In solidarity with National Arts Advocacy Day, we’re headed to San Francisco City Hall!  March 21, 12pm!

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Send a message to President Trump that communities across the nation will not let him defund & dismantle our arts programs!

Trump released a proposed budget on March 16th calling to get rid of the National Endowment for the Arts, Public Broadcasting, and other federal arts programs that support our artists & communities, so we are all coming out to say “No!”

Then join a contingency of arts supporters as we share with SF Supervisors and staff our (1) policy priorities, (2) a message of “No Cuts,” and (3) personal and collective stories about the transformative nature of cultural and creative expression to make San Francisco a better place to live for everyone.

#ArtsDaySF #SaveTheNEA #SavetheNEH #SaveIMLS #SavePBS

The event will include an arts performances & speakers on the steps of City Hall with artists/culture bearers from the community.

WHERE: SF City Hall steps on Polk Street between Grove St. and McAllister St. See updates below for the rain plan, the event will go on!

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Help save the National Endowment for the Arts!

About National Arts Advocacy Day: On March 21st, Americans for the Arts will bring together 85 national arts organizations & over 500 grassroots arts advocates to visit their Congressmembers in D.C. to develop strong public policies investing in the creative cultural life of our cities, focusing on saving support for the National Endowment for the Arts this year.

TAKE ACTION NOW to contact your Congressmembers to urge them to #SAVETheNEA:

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