Sony Music, the label which houses Beyoncé‘s discography, has announced plans to combat racism.
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The company is committed to combatting racism with a $100 million fund.
Rob Stringer, the label’s chairman explained why he has decided to use his power and platform to make a change…
Racial injustice is a global issue that affects our artists, songwriters, our people and of course society at large.We stand against discrimination everywhere and we will take action accordingly with our community fully involved in effectively using these funds.
Sony Music Entertainment is also home to Adele, Little Mix, James Arthur, Justin Timberlake, Pink and Christina Aguilera.
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