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Common has a passion for lifting people up by seeing them as humans. Over the past several years, he has been deeply engaged in social justice and advocacy work around mass incarceration, mental health, and voting, and his foundations focus on empowering individuals and providing a path forward for implementing change.
A hip-hop artist, actor, author, and activist, Common is as prolific as he is multi-talented, and is one Tony Award away from becoming an EGOT (Emmy, Grammy, Oscar, Tony) winner – and that’s not counting his three gold-certified albums, or any of the other awards he’s won.
Throughout his career, Common has used his art as a platform to change people’s perspectives, promote more diverse narratives, and encourage people to movement. Common calls on audiences to nurture the dreams of the young, overcome adversity, and address the persistent hope that lives within us all. Compassionate, mindful, and driven to inspire, Common reminds audiences that we all have a voice – and we must speak out.
After the success and impact of his Imagine Justice concert and his Hope & Redemption Tour to eight different prisons, Common launched the Imagine Justice nonprofit in 2018. Centered at the intersection of art and activism, Imagine Justice is dedicated to leveraging the power of art to advocate for communities around the country to fight for justice and equality and to stand united against injustice wherever it appears.