The Pop Culture Collaborative is a philanthropic resource and funder learning community working to transform the narrative landscape in America around people of color, immigrants, refugees, Muslims, and Indigenous peoples, especially those who are women, queer, transgender and/or disabled. The Collaborative supports the growth of the pop culture for social change field through four interconnected program areas: grantmaking, convening and networking, narrative design and philanthropic learning. Read more…
The Pop Culture Collaborative distributes an average of $3 million in grants a year to United States–based nonprofit organizations, for-profit companies, and individuals (with fiscal sponsorship) working to drive transformative experiences for mass audiences through pop culture stories, mass media, and social networks. Read more about our grantees, Major, Opportunity and Rapid Response grantmaking guidelines and how to share your project ideas with us here.
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In this special micro-season of our WONDERLAND podcast, each episode features a talk given by a culture change leader at frank, an annual storytelling and communications gathering. Co-hosts Bridgit Antoinette Evans and Tracy Van Slyke then invite a cultural strategist, artist, movement leader or philanthropist to respond and discuss how those ideas impact our work, and our world, in 2020.