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It is important that we all start taking meaningful actions to help women get MORE.

Admittedly, WOMAN doesn't have all the answers. As a collective of changemakers, we welcome any thoughts, questions, or suggestions that you might have on how to create a better culture throughout country music.

While we may not be able to wave a magic wand and usher in a new era for women tomorrow, we think there are some initial and more immediate opportunities for improvement.

To start, the leadership of the country music community must be willing to change at its CORE.

Commit to a MORE Conscious Culture

We are committed to creating a more conscious culture within the country music community. Our goal is to have industry leaders implement known best practices or provide customized alternatives of a comparable standard.

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Offer Fair Representation Among Genders

We are committed to monitoring and reporting on the representation of women including, but not limited to, airplay charts, awards shows, countdowns, tours, festivals, and more.  We will highlight concerns, identify areas for improvement, and praise those who frequently offer fair representation among genders.

Raise Resources and Funds

We are committed to raising resources and funds to advance the causes of women and developing funding opportunities that address their most pressing concerns. The following organizations deserve increased consideration and funding:

Time’s Up Legal Defense Fund MusiCares LeanIn InHerSight

Encourage Equity and Equality as Industry Norms

We will be relentless in our work to create and industry where equity and equality are the undisputed industry standards. Our hope is that more industry leaders will come alongside us in this work.

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It’s B.S., straight up! Just play one of us... Then we all win.’ I’ll fight for it until I can’t no more.
— Miranda Lambert