Renowned actor, producer, director and activist Sam Waterston will be onstage with Harvard Law professor Lawrence Lessig for a “conversation” about campaign finance reform, with audience Q&A. Please join Open Democracy on Tuesday, September 18 at 6 pm at the Capitol Center for the Arts.
Sam is one of the nation’s leading voices on campaign finance reform. He drove for hours through a blizzard in February 2016 to speak at our “We The People” Convention in Manchester. He greeted us with: “I came to New Hampshire looking for hope, and I found it!”
Best known for his role as Jack McCoy on the long running NBC drama Law and Order (and currently starring on Netflix’s Grace and Frankie), Sam is also a dedicated activist who has committed much of his time advocating for organizations such as Oceana, where he is a board member, Refugees International, Meals on Wheels, The United Way, and The Episcopal Actors’ Guild of America.
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