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Mar 19
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JPMorgan Chase Advancing Black Pathways
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In the above video, sponsored by JPMorgan Chase, leading members of the financial community discuss the effects and impact of COVID-19 on Black-owned small businesses and Black entrepreneurs, and carve out a path forward.

Mar 1
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When The Pandemic Struck, This Tech Company Used AI To Help People
Giaco Furino for Intuit
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When the pandemic first swept across the United States, small business owners everywhere bore the brunt of financial burden. But Intuit — the global technology platform behind TurboTax, QuickBooks, and Mint — leapt into action to offer assistance at breakneck speed. How did they do it? To find out, we spoke with

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Jan 14
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G/O Media Studios for Amazon
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Despite being in the film industry for nearly 30 years, Regina King is still finding new ways to reinvent herself. She’s already played a variety of character roles, including one that earned her an Oscar for Best Supporting Actress just a few years ago. Not a novice behind the camera, she’s also directed music videos

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Jan 6
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What Film And TV Get Right (And Wrong) About Living Near The U.S./Mexico Border
G/O Media Studios for CBS All Access
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The camera fades in from black on a sepia-toned arid desert. Miles of scrubland spread before us as, in the distance, a pickup truck tears down the two-lane blacktop, kicking up a cloud of dust in its wake. As it rumbles through the sun-bleached town on the U.S./Mexico border, the residents shut themselves up tight in

Jan 4
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G/O Media Studios for Target
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Self-care is a form of Black Joy, and is crucial to supporting the larger community. After all, how can you lift up others if you yourself are struggling? To this end, we partnered with Target to speak with Black activists and mental health professionals about the things they do to take care of themselves so they have

Jan 4
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The Many Faces Of Black Joy
Christina Blacken for Target
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Activists play a critical role in society. They raise awareness around social issues and push for solutions that benefit the most vulnerable and marginalized people. Many activists also experience serious mental, emotional, and physical costs from playing this societal role, whether their activism is through art,

Dec 7
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What One Bank Is Doing To Advance Racial Equity In Black Communities
Brian Lamb, Global Head of Diversity & Inclusion at JPMorgan Chase
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This year has been one of the most tumultuous chapters in recent history for Black Americans, and over the last seven months we’ve seen numerous reminders that systemic racism brings devastating consequences for individuals, families, and communities.

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Nov 20
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Vicky Kuperman for Samsung
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Every artist has their preferred set of pens, pencils, paints, and brushes, but what happens when you take all that away and challenge them to create something awesome using only a stylus? That’s the question we set out to answer with our Stylus Speedrun challenge, where we teamed up with Samsung and tasked comic book

Nov 2
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We Asked Big-Time Creatives What’s On Their Flash Drives Right Now
Angela Wang for Samsung
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For decades before the advent of digital cameras and sophisticated flash storage devices, artists shared their portfolios on 35 mm slides. Submitting artwork for exhibitions, or simply sharing works with audiences far away, meant shipping unwieldy boxes of slides to be viewed through a projector. Museums amassed

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The Black Wellness Gift Guide For Your Mind, Body, And Soul
Rachel Mosely for Fitbit
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With a world that seems more unpredictable every time you check the headlines, it can be easy to lose a sense of control. Prioritizing self-care is all the more important at a time when the events of the world can take a major toll on your mental and physical health. Gifting season is about to get into full swing, and

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