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BIZ OFFERS SUPPORT TO THE BLACK COMMUNITY

From legendary labels like Motown and Columbia to label CEOs, Performing Rights Orgs and artists, many in the music biz are speaking out to support the black community in the wake of police violence and tumultuous protests in multiple U.S. cities. Among the figures that have declared their solidarity with the community and with victims of violence are Aaron Bay-Schuck, Ron Perry, Sylvia Rhone, Michelle Jubelirer, Jenifer Mallory, Joie Manda, Taylor Swift (who had strong words for President Trump's violence-inciting tweets), Billie Eilish, Halsey, Diddy, Scooter BraunUMGWMG, Def Jam, Interscope, Pulse, Spotify and more. 


Offer support to protesters in Minnesota with a donation to the Minnesota Freedom Fund

Donate to the NAACP's Legal Defense Fund here

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