The Warner Music Group / Blavatnik Family Foundation Social Justice Fund (WMG/BFF SJF) today announced its second annual Grantee Convening event, Music & Movement: The Global Cypher. From October 11-13, the Fund’s 52 current grantee partners will come together for a multi-sensory program, highlighting the intersection of culture and movement-building. It will feature dynamic performances, strategy talks, and a number of networking and community-building opportunities. Participating grantee partners include the Studio Museum of Harlem, Anti-Recidivism Coalition, SPARK, Black Lives in Music, JULIAN, Grantmakers for Girls of Color, the Highlander Research and Education Center, Gender Amplified, Brotherhood SisterSol, The Brazil Human Rights Fund, and more. “At the nexus of culture and systems change is an opportunity to shape our vision for the future, and this year’s convening will focus on empowering grantees to exchange their visions, discuss the parallels between the industry and movement-building, and how we can leverage this synergy to advance and sustain social change,” said Lorelei Williams, Executive Director of the WMG/BFF SJF.
WARNER MUSIC GROUP / BLAVATNIK FAMILY FOUNDATION SOCIAL JUSTICE FUND TO HOST MUSIC & MOVEMENT: THE GLOBAL CYPHER GRANTEE CONVENING
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