Social Justice

 Social Justice

2020's Sexiest Man Alive creating filmmaking diversity. 'Humanrace' 411!

Ways to stand together by creating change and local support for Black Lives to move forward to Community Unity.
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Uncle Ben’s rice products rebrand with new name

Mars is rebranding Uncle Ben’s rice products to make them more inclusive. The updated line, revamped as Ben’s Originals, will appear in stores in 2021.
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Happy Bey Day: Beyoncé Gives $1 Million To Black-Owned Small Businesses

Beyoncé is giving back to the Black community, announcing that she will be donating $1 million in additional funds to Black-owned small businesses via her BeyGOOD foundation on Wednesday, September 2.
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Prince Fans Petition Minnesota To Replace Christopher Columbus Statue with the Late Singer

Whether they be requests to replace “loser” civil war generals in Virginia with effigies of late gore-rock frontmen, or the Princess of Pop in Louisiana – it seems a time of reckoning is at hand for many of America’s monuments.
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Beautiful Black-Owned Sustainable and Ethical African Brands

Beautiful Black-Owned Sustainable and Ethical African Brands you can shop now. Eco-conscious designs made to unify. #1Thing #SocialJustice #BLM
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Beyoncé Drops New Track 'Black Parade' on Juneteenth

Shortly after announcing her new project, “Black Parade,” an initiative supporting black-owned businesses, Beyoncé surprised fans with a new song of the same name.
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12-Year-Old Lands Record Deal with George Floyd Tribute 'I JUST WANNA LIVE,' With Proceeds Going To the NAACP

As a fitting celebration of Juneteenth, only two weeks after Keedron Bryant’s “I JUST WANNA LIVE” video went viral, the young Gospel singer has officially signed a deal with Warner Records for the song’s official release.
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Pharrell Williams Helps Make Juneteenth a State Holiday in Virginia

Virginia Governor Ralph Northam, joined by musician Pharrell Williams, announced on Tuesday the proposal to make June 19th an official paid holiday in the state that was home at one time to the capital of the Confederate states.
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Lady A Connects With Blues Singer Named Lady A for 'Authentic Conversations' After Antebellum Name Change

Lady A reached out to established Seattle singer Lady A who spoke up when the Country trio commandeered her name, with all now saying they had “transparent, honest, and authentic conversations.”
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Disney Pledges $5 Million to Support Social Justice Organizations

The Walt Disney Co. announced they are donating $5 million to nonprofit organizations that support social justice advancements, including $2 million to the NAACP.
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