O Positive is a cultural and wellness organization that supports the health of underinsured artists and musicians through festivals at which they exchange artmaking and performances for wellness services.
Emblematic is one of the world’s foremost producers of virtual, augmented, and mixed reality. From tracking the chaos of the Syrian civil war; capturing the tension of a wheel change during the Singapore Grand Prix; or recreating a New York City street scene in 1910. Founded in 2007 by Nonny de la Peña, known as the “Godmother of virtual reality”, Emblematic’s work has been featured at the Sundance Film Festival, and they partner with global media companies and brands to create immersive experiences that enlighten, empower, and educate audiences.
Mirror Memoirs is an oral history project centering the narratives, healing and leadership of LGBTQ survivors of color in the movement to end child sexual abuse. Lead by queer survivor, Amita Swadhin, this project uses storytelling and survivor leadership to illuminate the needs xand wisdom of survivors at this vulnerable intersection that has not been widely discussed.
The Center for Biological Diversity’s Endangered Species Mural Project works with artists, scientists, and organizers to bring endangered wildlife onto the streets of cities and towns around the country.
Spearheaded by Portland artist Roger Peet, the mural project promotes an affinity for the natural world and the diverse species that help define it.
Filmmaker and philanthropist Abigail Disney has teamed with Killer Content to launch Level Forward, a startup studio venture that aims to focus on backing projects driven by women and persons of color.
The venture plans to launch a philanthropic fund with the New York Women’s Foundation that will support non-profit orgs focused on helping survivors of harassment, abuse, and discrimination.