The Georgia Latino Film Alliance and Film Festival is proud to join FUSION TV as a founding partner association with more than 50 other leading companies, public interest groups, and associations – launching the Creative Thread Foundation, a non-profit organization focused on breaking down barriers of entry for underrepresented content creators and those working behind the scenes in the media and entertainment.

The Foundation will create talent pipelines and mentorship opportunities for uncovering and promoting talent and projects that reflect the new American reality. In addition, it will encourage coalitions of corporations, industry associations, universities, and public interest groups to work together to provide better opportunities for underrepresented creative talent across the country. In addition, the Foundation will facilitate the sharing of best practices to allow for better recruitment, retention and awareness of diverse content creators.

As underrepresented communities, it is critical that we are involved in telling our stories across media and entertainment. With a soon-to-be majority minority in the US, it is more important than ever that we content creators are not just consumers. The Hispanic Heritage Foundation has developed creative programs to address this issue as have other organizations, which is why Fusion’s leadership in bringing like-minded organizations together is critical to amplify the impact.

Signing on as founding partners and supporters are a host of universities and industry giants, including 21st Century Fox, Amazon, AT&T, CBS Corp., Nielsen, Pandora, Viacom and Entravision Communications. It also has the backing of the NAB and the Motion Picture Association of America. Creative Thread Foundation Board Members, as well as an Executive Director, will be announced at a later date.

The Creative Thread Foundation


Brings together like-minded entities who share a commitment to creating pipelines and opening doors for multicultural representation, diversity, and inclusion in the media, entertainment, and related industries.

Over 50 organizations have joined as founding partners and supporters including 21st Century Fox, Amazon, Asian & Pacific Islander Health Forum, AT&T, Black Mamas Matter Alliance, Building Skills Partnership, California State University of Fullerton, Campaign for Youth Justice, Care for Life and Limb, CBS Corporation, Central American Resource Center, Coalition for Humane Immigrant Rights, Color of Change, Computer and Communications Industry Association, Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute, Congressional Hispanic Leadership Institute, Eastmont Community Center, El Rey Network, Entravision Communications, Entertainment Software Association, Green 2.0, GreenLatinos, Georgia Latino Film Alliance and Festival, Fusion TV, Hispanas Organized for Political Equality, Hispanic Heritage Foundation, Interactive Advertising Bureau, Latino Memphis, Latinos in Information Sciences and Technology Association, Lawyers Committee for Civil Rights Under Law, Miami Dade College, Mi Familia Vota, Motion Picture Association of America, Multicultural Media, Telecom and Internet Council, National Action Network, National Association for Equal Opportunity in Higher Education, National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, National Association of Black Owned Broadcasters, National Association of Broadcasters, National Association of Hispanic Journalists, National Association of Hispanic Publications, National Association of Latino Independent Producers, National Council of Asian Pacific Americans, National Hispanic Foundation for the Arts, National Hispanic Media Coalition, National Hispanic Medical Association, National Latina Institute for Reproductive Health, National Urban League, TechLatino: The National Association of Latinos in Information Sciences and Technology, Native Public Media, Nielsen, Northwest Side Housing Center, Pandora, Para Los Niños, Scripps Networks Interactive, Solutions Project, Spotify, UnidosUS, United Farm Workers, Univision Communications Inc., Urban Health Plan, The Walt Disney Company, Valle del Sol, and Viacom.

Last month, FUSION TV made a ground-breaking announcement with the launch of the FUSION TV Creative Board. Through the Creative Board, FUSION TV has brought together passionate, marquee talent to help it identify the next generation of creators and build a pipeline of diverse talent that is representative of the diversity of our country. This announcement further builds on the network’s commitment to delivering enriching and entertaining content that authentically represents today’s America.

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