Reel Anarchy is starting a fundraiser in unity and appreciation for Ray Fisher to raise money for Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts.
So why are we doing this? I’d say most of you will know already, but for those new to the site and us, we are standing in solidarity with actor Ray Fisher as he campaigns to hold key figures at Warner Bros. accountable for the toxic behaviour behind the scenes during the
Justice Josstice League reshoots. Fisher’s continued battle for accountability over recent months has seen the studio pull some dirty tricks to try and cover up Fisher’s accusations of “gross, abusive, unprofessional, and completely unacceptable” behaviour that was enabled by others.
You can purchase these t-shirts, hoodies and face mask by clicking this link HERE
Alternatively, you can visit https://inktothepeople.com/volunteer-lawyers-for-the-arts
Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts (VLA) who have dedicated their purpose in supporting artists and their works in all relevant categories of creativity so that we may witness the hope they are driven to bring us.
All funds raised by this t-shirt campaign will be donated to the VLA, as chosen by Ray Fisher. They are a charitable legal aid organization that provides legal counsel and representation along with education programs to protect and in support of the community of artists. It will help in inordinate ways and grow to mean even more for all those who benefit from their services.
Here is VLA’s mission statement, in their own words, found at www.vlany.org:
“Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts (VLA), celebrating its 50th year, is the leading legal aid and education organization dedicated to New York artists and its arts and cultural organizations. VLA strives to protect the artistic community’s livelihoods, businesses, and creative works through access to dedicated legal representation and focused education programs. VLA provides legal services to the arts community in every discipline, including: acting, animation, architectural design, bookmaking, choreography, composition, computer design, costume design, craft and folk arts, dance, directing, fashion, film, graphic design, installation art, literary arts, modeling, multimedia, music, photography, playwriting, poetry, printmaking, screenwriting, songwriting, theater, three-dimensional design, video arts, video game design, visual arts, and web design.”
An informative video of their cause is below. Please visit their website for more information.
- Funds raised are donated directly from InkToThePeople to Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts.
- Between $10 – $15 of each design sold will be automatically donated to VLA, with the remainder going to garment & print costs set by Ink based on apparel type.
- Campaign designers & organizers do not receive any funds from this campaign.
- If you would like to increase the size of your donation gift to VLA, Ink provides a facility at the time of order.
Thank you for your support.
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