Writers are facing the most comprehensive assault on compensation and working conditions they have seen in a generation. The studios have taken advantage of the transition to streaming to underpay entertainment industry workers in every area of work—including writers.
Like too many working people across our economy, as corporate profits grow, pay for writers is just not keeping up. That’s why 97.85% of members of the Writers Guild of America, East (WGAE) and the Writers Guild of America West (WGAW) voted to authorize a strike.
Stand with the 11,500 members who write and produce the TV shows and films that entertain the world. Add your name if you support the striking workers and think they should get a fair deal.
Our union brothers, sisters and siblings are putting everything on the line, and we need to support them until they win the respect and treatment they deserve.