Daron is cofounder of ART NOT WAR, an award-winning cultural impact agency specializing in social justice movement building and digital strategy. ART NOT WAR has worked on dozens of campaigns for organizations like the ACLU, MoveOn, Color of Change, SEIU, and NARAL. Daron is also a musician and composer for film and television, most recently scoring Henry Louis Gates Jr.’s Emmy-nominated historical documentary series, Black America Since MLK: And Still I Rise. Daron has written on pop culture for The Wall Street Journal, Men’s Vogue, Bloomberg Businessweek, I.D., Entertainment Weekly, and Vibe. Before entering the world of progressive politics and professional music, he was founding editor at Word.com, one of the earliest and most influential online magazines. In 2000, Daron co-edited Gig: Americans Talk About Their Jobs, a book of first-person portraits, excerpted in The New Yorker. He was a 2019 N Square Innovators Network fellow.
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