Home for Black artists, fans and industry professionals working in country, Americana, blues, folk and roots music.
Recruits, encourages, and supports LGBTQ+ bluegrassers.
Committed to uplifting and celebrating fans, artists and industry professionals that don’t fit the country music mold.
Celebrating LGBTQIA+, BIPOC, & Disabled Country music communities.
Color Me Country
Hosted by Rissi Palmer, Color Me Country brings Black, Indigenous, and Latinx histories of country music to the forefront.
Country Music Against White Supremacy
A group of BIPOC and white musicians, fans, and industry professionals committed to both fighting white supremacy within country music and using country music to fight white supremacy.
Country Soul Songbook
Produces performances, interviews, in-depth conversations, and cultural offerings that amplify historically marginalized voices (BIPOC/LGBTQIA+) in country, Americana and roots music.
Amplifies Disability Culture, promotes equitable inclusion, and advocates for accessibility in the music industry.
Rainey Day Fund
Supporting BIPOC, LGBTQ+, and disabled artists in roots music.
Features art, essays, podcasts, interviews, and stories devoted to queer country music, curated by the community, for the community—plus a print zine twice a year!