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The Creative Coalition Launches #KeepTellingPeople™ Campaign



Partners with Birds Nest Foundation and Storio Creative  To Stand Up Against Sexual Harassment


The Creative Coalition announces the launch of #KeepTellingPeople™, a PSA campaign created to empower all people to help eradicate the sexual harassment and assault epidemic.


The PSA is directed by actor and President of The Creative Coalition Tim Daly (“Madam Secretary”) and actor and Board Member of The Creative Coalition Cheryl Hines (“Curb Your Enthusiasm”); and co-produced by Caroline Hirsch (Carolines on Broadway), Bill Prady (Creator and Executive Producer, “The Big Bang Theory”), The Creative Coalition CEO Robin Bronk, Birds Nest Foundation (BNF), BNF CEO Avis Richards, Storio Creative, and Storio Creative Co-Founder Suzanne Klein. The Creative Coalition also will be partnering with leading national nonprofit organizations (focused on eliminating sexual harassment) to use the unique power and platform of the entertainment industry to drive positive social welfare change.


“By furthering discussion of this heartbreaking issue, we hope to be a catalyst for change,” said Tim Daly President of The Creative Coalition.  “It is vital that we act now.” 


“We’re fortunate to have these amazing actors and influencers join forces with The Creative Coalition to give a voice to this campaign,” said Cheryl Hines.


“As a nation, we must address practices and attitudes that have become far too prevalent and widely-accepted,” said actor, activist and Creative Coalition member Alyssa Milano. “I’m honored to play a part in the efforts to change a terrible cultural norm.”


In addition to Daly and Hines, others participating in the PSA include actors: Wanda Sykes (“Black-ish”), Chad Lowe (“Supergirl”), Kevin Nealon (“Man With a Plan”), Wendi McLendon-Covey (“The Goldbergs”), Reid Scott (“VEEP”), Marcus Scribner (“Black-ish”), Lea DeLaria (“Orange Is the New Black”), and Sean Giambrone (“The Goldbergs”), among others.


“It is more important than ever for those with the ability to speak up to raise their voices and put an end to this pervasive plague,” said Robin Bronk, The Creative Coalition CEO.  “#KeepTellingPeople™ is empowerment.  And, The Creative Coalition is not only launching an awareness campaign, but we also are connecting with those ‘boots-on-the-ground’ organizations that are changing the landscape for everyone.”


“It is imperative that we give voice to this issue,” says Caroline Hirsch, Founder of Carolines on Broadway.  “It’s an honor for me to partner with The Creative Coalition to help bring the very best of the entertainment industry together to lend their voices and their support to this effort to end the kind of behavior that has plagued the business.”


“#KeepTellingPeople ™ is about maintaining the momentum of this pivotal moment, amplifying voices, and triggering real change,” said Suzanne Klein, Co-Founder of Storio Creative.


“By providing grants to create visual PSAs, we are gifting important non-profits a voice to raise awareness to their ever-growing and pressing causes. Whether it’s corporate America or the entertainment business, the guideline has to be no tolerance for sexual harassment. We applaud all the brave women and men who have stepped forward to address this issue,” said Avis Richards, CEO & Founder of Birds Nest Foundation.



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