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Rachael Harris Interview at RNC

Rachael Harris Makes a Personal Appeal For Arts Funding

Before she made it to Hollywood, actress Rachael Harris, of Reno 911 and The Hangover, was a kid growing up in Ohio. While she wasn't great in the traditional school subjects, she loved playing the cello. She credits her music classes for keeping her engaged in school, and it's that experience that helped prompt her to advocate on behalf of The Creative Coalition, a nonpartisan nonprofit that lobbies for funding the National Endowment for the Arts. We caught up with Rachael at the Republican National Convention last week, where she was hoping to get the word out about the value of the creative community. Watch now and tell us if you agree that there's value in funding arts education.

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Sabrina2782617 Sabrina2782617 3 years
There is definitely value in funding arts in schools! Creativity shouldnt be looked over at any cost :) 
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