Social justice may represent something different within various communities, and often the notion of racial inequalities might challenge prevailing beliefs. For Backline, it means working towards creating accessible mental heath and wellness care for ALL those in the music industry by supporting educational content development, workshops, training enhancements, and improving access to mental health and wellness care for BIPOC communities.
Thanks to Sony Music’s Global Social Justice Fund for their continued support and commitment to affecting change.
Backline is committed to increasing access to quality mental health services for all music industry professionals and their families, regardless of race, gender, sexual orientation, disability or religion.
Since 2020, Backline has worked with Black Mental Health Alliance to improve access to quality mental health services for BIPOC in the industry and support educational content development, workshops, and training enhancements. Together we provide culturally appropriate resources to the music industry so that we are able to refer individuals to therapists that represent them and their community.
Read more about the work Backline is doing with Black Mental Health Alliance here.