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Lil Nas X’s New Album Has A Baby Registry?

money jar for charity

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By @emilyontheradio

After sporting a faux pregnant belly around for a while as a publicity stunt for his upcoming debut album, “Montero,” Lil Nas X finally gave birth to 15 new songs on Friday, September 17. And with that came a “baby registry,” which is just a link to donate to a different cause in honor of each song. How cool is that?

Here’s each program that is receiving money from listeners:

  • Transinclusive Group
    • Advocating and working collaboratively with community partners in efforts to “Build Trust and Relationships” within the transgender community; by ending discrimination, mistreatment, and racial disparities in healthcare, employment, education and housing.
  • Ch-Pier
    • Creating a platform for rural communities to decrease the vicious cycle of health disparities through education, intervention, and research.
  • The Bail Project
    • The Bail Project is a national nonprofit organization on a mission to end cash bail, one of the key drivers of mass incarceration and structural racism in the U.S. criminal legal system.
  • Bros in Convo
    • Providing comprehensive, multicultural sexual health and wellness education and peer support that empowers, promotes, and protects the healthy well-being of young men of color.
  • Compassionate Atlanta
    • A grassroots community-building non-profit which seeks to raise awareness about the benefits of compassionate action throughout the Greater Atlanta area by teaching and encouraging people of every persuasion and walk of life to channel their concern for the wellbeing of others into tangible action.
  • Relationship Unleashed
    • Fighting inequality through comprehensive programming including HIV/AIDS, Domestic Violence, Mental Health, and Holistic Therapy. We strive to build productive relationships, partnerships, and to make a positive impact with all of our pursuits.
  • Central Alabama Alliance Resource & Advocacy Center
    • Leading positive health change in Alabama and empowering communities through education, advocacy, and service.
  • OLTT
    • We are a community-based organization, made up of Trans women for Trans people (Transsexuals, Transgender and Intersex) and our allies, our work approach is focused on the visibility and protection of human rights and the well-being of our community, through empowerment, community organization to promote advocacy in equity and equality.
  • Samuel Dewitt Proctor Conference
    • Represents a cross section of progressive African American faith leaders and their congregations to build the capacity of faith leaders’ understanding of and engagement with the social determinants of health uniquely impacting African American trans and queer communities and African American cis-gendered women in the Southern region of the United States (in partnership with Historically Black Institutions of Higher Education).
  • Arianna Center
    • Engages, empowers and lifts up the trans community of South Florida with a special emphasis on the most marginalized, including the Trans Latinx community, undocumented immigrants, people living with HIV and AIDS, and those who have experienced incarceration.
  • Thrive SS
    • Working to improve health equity for Black gay men living with HIV through direct support, advocacy and building collective power.
  • What’s in the Mirror
    • What’s in the Mirror is a non-profit organization and social movement that uses art and advocacy to end the stigma of mental health.
  • Cade Foundation
    • The Cade Foundation is a nonprofit that supports families with infertility with Grants ( for fertility treatment and adoption) and with information so that they can learn about the different ways to become a parent.
  • The Counter Narrative
    • An organization that works to build power among black gay men and work in coalition and solidarity with all movements committed to social and racial justice.
  • The Normal Anomaly
    • An organization that works to build power among black gay men and work in coalition and solidarity with all movements committed to social and racial justice.
  • Happy Hippie
    • The Happy Hippie Foundation is a nonprofit organization founded by Miley Cyrus. Our mission is to rally young people to fight injustice facing homeless youth, LGBTQ youth and other vulnerable populations.

 

You can donate to a cause right here!

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