Live Lesson Masters has announced a new initiative called Social Justice Sunday. The fundraising event from the online music lesson platform will see all profits from lessons and events on Sunday, June 7th donated to Campaign Zero and the Pimento Relief Fund.

Campaign Zero is a non-profit organization that delivers research-based policy solutions to put an end to police brutality. Pimento Relief’s mission is to provide aid to black-owned businesses in Minnesota that have been targeted by white supremacists during protests spurred by the death of George Floyd at the hands of a Minneapolis police officer last month.

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As previously stated, all of the profits from any online lessons or events that take place on Sunday, June 7th will be donated to these charitable causes. The Live Lesson Masters schedule for Sunday includes a Group Hang with Brendan Bayliss (Umphrey’s McGee), David Phipps (STS9) hosting a Piano and Modular Set for Social Justice, DO THE WORK with Deb Brownstein‘s Reflection and Meditation for Social Justice and Equality, an Empowerment Session with Chitty, Natalia Clavier‘s routines to stay healthy during this challenging times, and more.

Additionally, other instructors including Annie Bayliss, Jason Leech, Chef Melissa Harrison, Evan McPhaden and Mike Gantzer (Aqueous), and more have donated the proceeds from their group hangs, yoga sessions, and lessons to the cause. DJ, producer, and Destroid drummer KJ Sawka has also made a special set for Social Justice Sunday.

Head over to the Live Lesson Masters website for more information on Social Justice Sunday or to book a lesson.

[H/T JamBase]