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  • Writer's pictureElaine Ryan

12/5/22 Aminé Ramer + Reproductive & Civil Rights


As a music supervisor and consultant, Amine Ramer has influenced the sound and mood of feature films, documentaries and award-winning television series for over a decade. Ramer’s success can be attributed to her careful selection of significant artists, ranging from the unknown to the popular, and her keen sensibility to create a visceral experience by connecting sight with sound.

Credits include “Crip Camp”(academy award nominated) “Flint Town” “Jay & Silent Bob Reboot” “Baby Done” “The Rhythm Section” “Weeds” “ The Signal” “The November Man, “Faking it”, “Richard Pryor –Omit the Logic”, “The Lovers and The Despot”- “For A Good Time Call”

Board Member of GMS (Guild of Music Supervisors)

Panelist/speaker for: The Great Escape, M for Montreal, Iceland Airwaves, Break Out West, Musicians Institute, De Paul University, UK Trade and Investment Sync Mission, Music and Media Finland, Billboard Film & TV Conference, Bylarm, Olso, SXSW, The Great Escape, Norwich Sound and Vision, among others.


THE ISSUE


This month, Aminé has requested that we raise money for Planned Parenthood and the ACLU.

Given the recent supreme court decision overturning Roe vs Wade and the general assault on democratic norms this seems like a great idea! Planned Parenthood, as a non-profit, has always needed funding and until we can re-establish a constitutional right to an abortion people will be in need of their services more than ever. And the ACLU is committed to fighting for abortion care, trans people’s right to live freely and people’s right to vote.

ACTION:


To submit a song:

OR

Donate to the ACLU

If you're not in the United States and wish to donate to an organization in your own country, please go ahead and make a donation to a non-profit organization of your choice. We've covered a lot of issues over the past year or so - take your pick!


RESULTS


$290 donated to Planned parenthood

$75 donated to ACLU

$65 donated to international organizations


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