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Preserving our Public Lands: 90% Remain Protected

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Following U.S. Department of Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke’s recommendation to reduce the size of 27 national monuments, President Trump took the unprecedented step of removing protections of 85% of Bears Ears National Monument and almost 50% of Grand Staircase-Escalante.

Entertain Impact worked to engage Influencers in support of the Antiquities Act including singer-songwriter Joy Villa who implored the President to make no further cuts with a heartfelt op-ed and held several Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) interviews.

Award-winning actor Gary Busey posted on social media, as did four-time Olympic Gold Medalist Jamie Anderson, who both personally know President Trump from their time on Celebrity Apprentice.

Collectively, we helped encourage more bipartisan support than ever in a recent Congressional vote (220-193), rejecting attacks on Ironwood Forest National Monument in Southern Arizona.

Learn More at #MonumentsForAll and American Monuments Alliance.

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Preserving our Public Lands: 90% Remain Protected

August 6th, 2018

Singer-songwriter Joy Villa, award-winning actor Gary Busey, and other Influencers work to help protect our national monuments.

Photo courtesy of Points of Light

Cleo Wade and Sade Lythcott Present “Love As An Action Word” at Service Unites

June 20th, 2018

Poet and Best-Selling Author Cleo Wade and CEO of the National Black Theater Sade Lythcott hold a conversation at Service Unites.

DeMar DeRozan

DeMar DeRozan Supports Year Up LA to Close The Opportunity Divide

June 15th, 2018

Four-time NBA All-Star and two-time All-NBA team member DeMar DeRozan supported the award-winning nonprofit Year Up on Twitter.

Instagram Launches a Content Advisory Page as a Result of World Animal Protection’s Widen the Lens Campaign

December 10th, 2017

World Animal Protection's campaign resulted in a new Instagram policy in order to protect wildlife on their platform.

Berklee president Roger H. Brown, Neil Portnow and Larry Simpson, Berklee’s senior vice president for academic affairs/provost.

Industry Leaders and Music NGOs Unite as One in the GRAMMY Music Education Coalition

November 7th, 2017

The Grammy Music Education Coalition is a nonprofit collective consisting of more than 30 of the nation's most foward-thinking music education organizations.

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