June 04 ,2020 |
We value and stand in solidarity with Black Lives.
Voices that have fallen on deaf ears for centuries. Police brutality has historically and continually targeted black & brown bodies. Only since the emergence of cell phone cameras have those who are not black or brown been able to see it. Acknowledging this history, and speaking up against systemic racism in America is our duty as individuals and institutions across the world.
As a business, we want to support how we can. While we are committed to respecting and celebrating the glories of the human spectrum, we will continually push to do more as a company. We are looking to support leaders and actions that will drive action behind this movement.
We hope you will join us, and stand with us in solidarity with the Black Lives Matter movement.
Watch video below and follow the steps
by Ava Duvernay
by Kenny Len
by Stefon Bristol
by Ava Duvernay
by Barry Jenkins
by George Tillman Jr.
By Alicia Garza
By Robin DiAngelo
by Michelle Alexander
by Jennifer L. Eberhardt
by Ta-Nehisi Coates
by Jason Reynolds, Ibram X. Kendi
by Oge Mora (Ages 3-5)
by Matthew A. Cherry (Ages 3-5)
by Ilyasah Shabazz, illustrated by AG Ford (Ages 6-10)
by Duncan Tonatiuh (Ages 6–9)
by Rafael López (Ages 4–8)
Color of Change—Sign a Petition to End Violent Policing Against Black People Sign this petition calling for the end of police violence against Black people.
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