In 2013, she acquired an honorary doctorate from the University of Winnipeg. Through the Righteous Babe Foundation, DiFranco has backed numerous grassroots cultural and political organizations, supporting causes ranging from abortion rights to gay visibility, and honest labor laws with the late Utah Phillips. In 2015, she recorded a version of Peter Mulvey’s track “Take Down Your Flag” with New Orleans musicians and jazz players, Ivan Neville and Terence Higgins, in help of the victims of the Charleston church taking pictures. In 2016, DiFranco urged election day turnout on her “VOTE DAMMIT” tour.
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A complete list of all previous SAMMY winners can be found on our Past Recipients web page. A vocal activist and feminine icon, Ani DiFranco’s worldwide profession was made notable via meaningful songwriting that embraces and embodies social activism.
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