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Open Letter To The Creative Community

Some of you may know me from the television series I created – Sons of Anarchy.
I am also the proud father of three aspiring artists. That’s why I wrote an “Open Letter to the Creative Community” that ran in today’s Variety magazine.
I talk about Google’s systematic destruction of our artistic future – and more importantly, the future of our children and grandchildren. They’re spending tens of millions of dollars each year on eroding creative copyright laws. If we fail to wake up, it will be too late.
That’s the G-rated version. You can read the no-holds-barred in its entirety, here.
There are powerful interests out there saying copyright doesn’t matter. What will it take for you to pay attention?
I think it’s going to take all of us making some noise together. So, at a minimum, I would love it if you would share my letter on social media.
If you want to do more, please lend your voice to the cause. It’s time they—and everyone else—heard from more of us. Contact CreativeFuture about how you can get involved.
Kurt Sutter
Kurt Sutter is a father who writes.
The creative community is uniting. Please ask your colleagues and friends to stand with us. http://creativefuture.org/join/
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