rights: The fair and equal treatment of any person,
worker, race, etc. is a cornerstone of American government.
"We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are
created equal and are endowed by their creator with certain
unalienable rights..." thus begins the Declaration of
Independence. This ideology is the very center of what
America is. And it is this which is the core issue for
our movement. If people should not be mistreated based
on age, ethnicity, religion, gender, size, mental ability,
or any other trait which they are unable to alter )or
sometimes simply unwilling), why then should animated
characters be any different?
Recognition: In the world of entertainment it is all
about who you know and what you've done. Even small
film roles often require an auditioning actor to provide a
"reel". A reel is a video with clips from various
projects an actor has been involved in. Actors are
also required to have a SAG (Screen Actors' Guild) card to
obtain any substantial role. To join SAG an actor must
first have proof that they have played a role on screen.
For this reason it is crucial to an actor's career to have
undeniable proof of one's accomplishments in the
entertainment world. This is why recognition is so
important. Unless the actor's name is in the credits
s/he has no tangible evidence of participation.
copyrighted to Andrea from May 2005 - present.
is a spoof site. There is no actual organization (that I know
of) called SERAA. There is no organization that represents
what this site claims to represent. All information not found
under "Reality Check" or "Legal" is to be considered fictitious
unless otherwise stated. The armadillo this site was born from
is copyrighted to Dream Works and a whole slew of other American
companies and people involved with the making of the film The
Road to El Dorado. Both animal rights and human rights are
serious issues and this site is in no way intended to make light of