Janelle Monáe’s Fem The Future announced an expansion on Wednesday (March 22) through a new partnership. According to a press release, they have teamed up with Warner Music Group/ Blavatnik Family Foundation Social Justice Fund (WMG/BFF SJF) to grow the non-profit. Initiated with a $150,000 grant, the partnership will serve as a pilot for longer-term collaboration between the two organizations. “In partnership with the Social Justice Fund, we’re giving girls the chance to own their power – and change the world,” explained the Dirty Computer singer in a statement.
Janelle Monáe’s Fem The Future Expands With Warner Music Group Partnership
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