A benefit for residents affected by lead-contaminated water in Flint has raised nearly $156,000.
Blackout for Human Right's #JusticeForFlint said Tuesday about 2,000 people attended the event.
Filmmaker and founding Blackout member Ryan Coogler says more than 4,000 people sent in online donations. Coogler directed the film "Creed."
Blackout is a collective that addresses human rights violations.
The fundraiser held Sunday - Oscar night - was attended by Coogler, director Ava DuVernay, singer Janelle Monae and other celebrities.