The Warner Music Group / Blavatnik Family Foundation Social Justice Fund (WMG/BFF SJF) announced today its inaugural cohort of youth-led grantee partners. The investment in the selected cohort of seven organizations will total to $1.4 million and focus on their calls for equity and community-building efforts across racial justice, LGBTQ+ rights, reproductive justice, criminal justice reform and more. “The youth organizing field has been largely under-resourced for decades despite remarkable growth and development catalyzed by youth organizers,” said Lorelei Williams, Executive Director of the WMG/BFF SJF.
THE WARNER MUSIC GROUP / BLAVATNIK FAMILY FOUNDATION SOCIAL JUSTICE FUND ANNOUNCES ITS INAUGURAL DOCKET OF YOUTH-LED SOCIAL JUSTICE GRANTEE PARTNERS
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