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


The Warner Music Group / Blavatnik Family Foundation Social Justice Fund (WMG/BFF SJF) announced today its newest grantee partners, which continue the Fund’s mission to advance social and racial justice through capacity-building and community-building at the intersection 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,
 said, “We are so proud to be partnering with these organizations, all of which are doing tremendous work to drive institutional change. These grantee partners represent the different facets of the Fund’s mission. Our long-term commitment to helping advance diversity and equity in the music industry is exemplified in our ongoing partnership with Gender Amplified while new grantee partners like Pop Culture Collaborative and Flamboyan Foundation embody our goal to continuously find fresh voices in the social justice space through organizations creating transformation in education, criminal justice reform, and of course, arts and culture.”

This docket consists of 19 organizations, receiving more than $5 million in grants:

To date, the $100 million Fund has committed more than $35 million to social justice organizations around the world.

To learn more about the Fund’s mission, please visit

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