1. December 10, 2002 – Washington, DC

    December 10, 2002 – Washington, DC Freedom of the Press During Wartime In this third of a four part series of discussions, the conversation brought to light the issue of censorship during wartime. The panel was hosted by TCC President William Baldwin and moderated by Actor/Director/Writer and TCC Board Member Daniel Stern. Panelists included: CNN’s […]

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  2. October 29,2002 – New York City

    October 29,2002 – New York City Seconding the First™ The Creative Coalition’s third presentation of Seconding The First™ at the Hammerstein Ballroom. The program celebrates the First Amendment and is aimed at raising awareness about censorship. Special musical performances by Elvis Costello, Ruben Blades, Shawn Colvin, Chuck D & Public Enemy, Bebe Neuwirth and Lou […]

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  3. September 26, 2002 – New York City

    September 26, 2002 – New York City The Creative Coalition’s Annual Membership Meeting featured a conversation with the New York City Department of Education Chancellor Joel I. Klein at The Michael Z. Bennahum Forum series. The discussion was hosted by Chevy Chase, and moderated by ABC News Correspondent and Emmy Award winner Chris Cuomo.

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  4. August 5, 2002 – New York City

    August 5, 2002 – New York City The Lord of The Rings: The Fellowship of The Ring DVD and VHS release party at the Central Park Boathouse. The event was co-hosted by The Creative Coalition and New Line Home Entertainment.

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  5. July 14, 2002 – Ridgefield, CT

    July 14, 2002 – Ridgefield, CT Private screening of the Showtime Original Picture Women Vs. Men at The Ridgefield Playhouse in Ridgefield, Connecticut. TCC President William Baldwin; Showtime President and TCC Board member Mathew Blank; Kenneth Cole & Maria Cuomo Cole; Giancarlo Esposito; Peter Gallagher; Patricia Hearst; Timothy Hutton; Robert Kennedy Jr., Tim Robbins; Susan […]

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  6. June 20,2002 – Los Angeles

    June 20,2002 – Los Angeles Freedom of The Press During Wartime The second of a four part series of discussions, the conversation brought to light the issue of censorship during wartime. The panel was hosted by TCC President William Baldwin and moderated by Variety’s Editor-in-Chief Peter Bart. Panelists included: Carl Bernstein; CNN’s Crossfire Host Tucker […]

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  7. April 16, 2002 – New York City

    April 16, 2002 – New York City Private screening of the VH-1 Original movie, Warning: Parental Advisory, at the Tribeca Grand Hotel. Starring Griffin Dunne, Mariel Hemingway, Jason Priestley, and Dee Snider, all of whom attended the screening.

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  8. April 11, 2002 – Los Angeles

    April 11, 2002 – Los Angeles Stand Up For Class mentoring program brought leading members of the entertainment industry to three Los Angeles high schools: Birmingham, Eagle Rock and John Marshall. Participants included: TCC President William Baldwin; Tom Arnold; Leeza Gibbons; Lisa Gay Hamilton; Chris Lawford; Sharon Lawrence; Harry Hamlin and Greg Germann. Graciously supported by […]

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  9. March 20, 2002 – New York City

    March 20, 2002 – New York City Free Speech During Wartime: Patriotism vs. Dissent The first in a four part series, this panel, hosted by The Creative Coalition, in partnership with The First Amendment Center and the Fund for New Priorities, examined how First Amendment rights are impacted during times of national crisis. Participants included: […]

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  10. March 11 & 12, 2002 – Washington, DC

    March 11 & 12, 2002 – Washington, DC The Creative Coalition, in partnership with Americans For The Arts, sent a delegation to washington, D.C. for Arts Advocacy Day 2002. Capitol Hill delegates included: TCC President William Baldwin; Alan Cumming; Chuck D; Hector Elizondo; Giancarlo Esposito; Mike Frankfurt; Peter Horton; Richard Kind; and Joe Pantoliano. The […]

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