Dutch Screenwriters Guild supports striking US colleagues

This video from the USA says about itself:

Seth MacFarlane on why WGA strike is for the “little guy”

On November 9, 2007, more than 4,000 striking Writers Guild of America members and their supporters rallied at Fox Plaza in Century City as a demonstration of their solidarity. In this speech, “Family Guy” executive producer explains why the WGA strike is for middle class writers.

Like the British screenwriters, the Dutch Screenwriters Guild (Netwerk Scenarioschrijvers) supports their striking United States colleagues.

International support for striking US writers: here.

22 November 2007 update on the strike: here.

28 November 2007 update: here.

15 December 2007 update: here.

8 January 2008 update: here.

Writers recruit Hollywood stars for silent protests: here.

WGA strike and the Internet: here.

LABOUR-US: Under Siege, Unions Seek Int’l Support: here.

US writers vote to end 100-day strike: here.

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