#PopJustice is a six-volume report series directed and produced by Liz Manne Strategy and funded by Unbound Philanthropy and the Nathan Cummings Foundation. The series of reports – intended for funders, advocates, and entertainment industry insiders – explores the promise of population culture strategies in advancing social justice goals. The research confirms that popular culture can be an effective instrument for positive social change, and leveraged in the effort to improve attitudes toward immigrants and people of color. As the learning and evaluation partner for Unbound Philanthropy, LFA developed the Executive Brief that launched the release of the full #PopJustice series. Download the Executive Brief or see the full Six-Volume Report Series.
Northern California Grantmakers engaged LFA to conduct a study exploring the impact of the 2017 Northern California fires on the arts community. The study tells the story of impact on both individual artists and arts organizations in the counties most affected by the fires - Sonoma, Napa, and Mendocino - as well as what it will take to support the recovery of a thriving arts community. Download the Report.