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The Warner Music Group/ Blavatnik Family Foundation Social Justice Fund Announces Latest Grantee Partners

WEBWIRE– Saturday, March 30, 2024

The Warner Music Group/ Blavatnik Family Foundation Social Justice Fund (WMG/BFF SJF) revealed today its most recent beneficiary partners, which continue the Funds objective to advance social and racial justice through capacity-building and community-building at the crossway of arts and culture, education, and criminal justice reform.

Camille Hackney, President of the WMG/BFF SJF and Chief Partnerships Officer at Atlantic Records/ Head of Global Brand Partnerships at WMG, stated, We are so happy to be partnering with these companies, all of which are doing significant work to drive institutional modification. These beneficiary partners represent the various aspects of the Funds objective. Our long-lasting dedication to assisting advance variety and equity in the music market is exhibited in our continuous collaboration with Gender Amplified while brand-new beneficiary partners like Pop Culture Collaborative and Flamboyan Foundation embody our objective to continually discover fresh voices in the social justice area through companies developing change in education, criminal justice reform, and naturally, arts and culture.

This docket includes 19 companies, getting more than $5 million in grants:

  • Anti-Recidivism Coalition
  • Selection Alliance, Inc.
  • Bard Prison Initiative
  • Black Organizing for Leadership & & Dignity
  • The Brotherhood Sister Sol
  • Caribbean Cultural Center African Diaspora Institute
  • Flamboyan Foundation
  • Fundo Brasil de Direitos Humanos
  • Gender Amplified, Inc.
  • Grantmakers for Girls of Color
  • The Hidden Genius Project
  • Jacksonville Arts & & Music School
  • Manos Visibles
  • A New Way of Life Reentry Project
  • Popular Culture Collaborative
  • REFORM Alliance
  • Rio Ferdinand Foundation
  • Stephen Lawrence Day Foundation
  • PROMPT: Unite for Reproductive and Gender Equity

To date, the $100 million Fund has actually devoted more than $35 million to social justice companies around the globe.

To find out more about the Funds objective, please visitwmg.com/fund.

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