Courtney Michelle Love is an American musician, actress, and visual artist.
In 1993, Love and husband Kurt Cobain performed an acoustic set together at the Rock Against Rape benefit in Los Angeles, which raised awareness and provided resources for victims of sexual abuse.
Love has also contributed to amfAR's AIDS research benefits and held live musical performances at their events.
In 2000, she gave a speech at the Million Mom March to advocate stricter gun control laws in the United States, calling the country’s gun laws “nihilistic and barbaric”, and urging stringent registration of guns, licensing of gun owners, and thorough evaluation of legal and mental health records.
In 2009, Love performed a benefit concert for the RED Campaign at Carnegie Hall alongside Laurie Anderson, Rufus Wainwright, and Scarlett Johansson, with proceeds going to AIDS research.
In May 2011, she attended Mariska Hargitay's Joyful Heart Foundation event for victims of child abuse, rape, and domestic violence, donating six of her husband Kurt Cobain’s personal vinyl records for auction.
Love has also participated with LGBT youth charities, specifically with the Los Angeles Gay and Lesbian Center.
In 2016, Love endorsed Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign.

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