The #PopJustice series of reports is intended for funders, advocates, and entertainment industry professionals interested in the promise and potential of popular culture as an agent of change.

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    #PopJustice, Volume 1: Social Justice and the Promise of Pop Culture Strategies

    by Liz Manne, Rachel D. Godsil, Mik Moore, Meredith Osborne, Joseph Phelan with Thelma Adams, Michael Ahn, Brian Sheppard

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    #PopJustice, Volume 2: Mapping the Players
    (Organizations and Practitioners at the Intersection of Popular Culture and Social Justice)

    by Liz Manne, Joseph Phelan with Betsy Fagin, Ashley Weatherspoon

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    #PopJustice, Volume 3: Pop Culture, Perceptions, and Social Change
    (A Research Review)

    by Rachel D. Godsil, Jessica MacFarlane, Brian Sheppard
    in association with Perception Institute

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    #PopJustice, Volume 4: Understanding the Entertainment Industry

    by Thelma Adams, Michael Ahn, Liz Manne with Ranald T. Adams IV, Meredith Osborne

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    #PopJustice, Volume 5: Creative Voices & Professional Perspectives

    featuring René Balcer, Caty Borum Chattoo, Nato Green, Daryl Hannah, David Henry Hwang, Lorene Machado, Mik Moore, Karen Narasaki, Erin Potts, Mica Sigourney, Michael Skolnik, Tracy Van Slyke, Jeff Yang

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    #PopJustice, Volume 6: Economic Data & Foundation Grantmaking

    by Liz Manne, Michael Simkovic
    with Betsy Fagin

#PopJustice was produced by Liz Manne Strategy with generous support from Unbound Philanthropy and the Nathan Cummings Foundation.

Revolutions Per Minute served as the project’s fiscal sponsor.

Editorial Director: Liz Manne

Senior Editor: Joseph Phelan

Graphic Design: Luz Ortiz

Cover Images: “POC TV Takeover” © 2015 Julio Salgado. All rights reserved.

The #PopJustice report series is © 2016 Liz Manne Strategy Ltd. All rights reserved.

The views and opinions expressed in these reports are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the positions of Unbound Philanthropy, the Nathan Cummings Foundation, or Revolutions Per Minute.