AGMA Celebrates Black History Month

Published February 1, 2024   |  By Musical Artists  |  Post in All Areas

This Black History Month, AGMA takes great pride in paying tribute to the legacy of past Black AGMA members, celebrating the outstanding advocacy and artistry of our current Black leaders and members, and supporting Black AGMA Artists of the future.

The exceptional talent and artistry displayed by Black AGMA Artists across the nation have yielded remarkable contributions to the arts and to our industries, profoundly enriching our community and serving as a powerful source of inspiration for us all.

We also celebrate the Black leaders of our union. Your unwavering dedication, whether it be within your shops as union delegates, on negotiating committees, as part of the AGMA Black Caucus or AGMA’s new I.D.E.A. Subcommittee, or on the AGMA Board of Governors, along with your efforts in championing and securing I.D.E.A. gains within numerous Collective Bargaining Agreements, is truly commendable. This commitment not only paves the way for the next generation but also embodies the essence of progress in its purest form.

We extend our heartfelt gratitude to you for being steadfast changemakers. Here's to celebrating diversity, fostering unity, and continuing the journey toward a more equitable future in the arts.