Fall 2020/Winter 2021 Grantees

We are excited to welcome the current cohort of grantee partners into the Pop Culture Collaborative community.  These grantee partners are imagining, creating, and collaborating to change our culture and we are proud to work with them as we seek to build a just and pluralist society. Scroll down and click ‘Read More’ to learn more about each grantee and their funded work.

To support more in-depth connection to the Collaborative community, current grantee partners can be viewed and sorted across five grantmaking categories and by additional strategy tags. Click the boxes below and the strategy tags within each grantee description to see how grantees connect to each other and the pop culture for social change field.

All current and past grantee partners can be also be viewed and sorted by grantee cohort, grantmaking category and strategy tags.  We hope this opportunity makes for a rich discovery experience.


Beautiful Ventures Foundation

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Beautiful Ventures
Accelerating the work of Black creatives to become social entrepreneurs for narrative and community impact.
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BLD Power

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Hollywood Talent Agencies March To Support Black Lives Matter Protests
Activating entertainment industry leaders and influencers in support of Hollywood 4 Black Lives campaign.
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Crip Camp Impact Campaign

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Developing a creative and learning guide based the impact campaign designed around the award winning documentary Crip Camp
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Gender Justice & Entertainment Hub

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Supporting a new community of entertainment and BIPOC gender justice leaders to support new collaborations and narrative change opportunities.
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National Domestic Workers Alliance

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Implementing a long-term, high-impact pop culture narrative change strategy to support domestic workers.
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Offsides Productions

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Offsides
Creating bold, cinematic content that sparks the radical imagination for social change.
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OTV | Open Television

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Open TV
Open Television is a non-profit platform for intersectional television.
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RespectAbility

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Respectability
Encouraging diverse, authentic, and accurate portrayals of people with disabilities in entertainment.
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The Opportunity Agenda

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Opportunity Agenda
Launching the Creative Change Innovation Fellowship for leading-edge storytellers to develop culture change projects.
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Think Tank for Inclusion & Equity

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TTIE
Empowering underrepresented television writers to transform the industry into one in which all writers and all stories can thrive.
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VAM Studio Co.

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Developing the series Damaged Goods to further discussion about the representation of black sex and intimacy on TV.
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Yes, And…Laughter Lab

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Lifting up diverse comedy writers and performers through a competitive incubation lab and pitch program.
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