Causes & Community

    • Bringing the We Love You Project to Google Arts & Culture

      Editor’s Note: Today we're launching a new exhibit in Google Arts & Culture featuring the work of photographer Bryon Summers. We've invited Summers to share more about the We Love You Project in this post. In 2016 I set out to create 1,000+ portraits of Black men of all ages. From the moment we’re born, Black boys are bombarded with images that strip us of our humanity.

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    • Bringing the We Love You Project to Google Arts & Culture

      Editor’s Note: Today we're launching a new exhibit in Google Arts & Culture featuring the work of photographer Bryon Summers. We've invited Summers to share more about the We Love You Project in this post. In 2016 I set out to create 1,000+ portraits of Black men of all ages. From the moment we’re born, Black boys are bombarded with images that strip us of our humanity.

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  • Supporting nonprofits around the world this holiday season

    … From remote villages in India, to schools across the U.S., to refugee and migrant camps in Africa, technology can help people start a business, further their education, or access new — and sometimes vital — information. Google.org supports hundreds of nonprofits globally who are working to open up opportunities for the most vulnerable…

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  • 2016 Year in Review

    … 2016 was a year of many things - changes, challenges and opportunities. But above all else, 2016 was a year where you continued your work to change the world; to bring the world a little closer to finding common ground amongst peace, progress, and innovation. As 2016 comes to a close, Google for Nonprofits took one final opportunity to reflect…

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  • 2016 Year in Review

    … 2016 was a year of many things - changes, challenges and opportunities. But above all else, 2016 was a year where you continued your work to change the world; to bring the world a little closer to finding common ground amongst peace, progress, and innovation. As 2016 comes to a close, Google for Nonprofits took one final opportunity to reflect…

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  • 2016 Year in Review

    … 2016 was a year of many things - changes, challenges and opportunities. But above all else, 2016 was a year where you continued your work to change the world; to bring the world a little closer to finding common ground amongst peace, progress, and innovation. As 2016 comes to a close, Google for Nonprofits took one final opportunity to reflect…

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  • Supporting nonprofits around the world this holiday season

    … From remote villages in India, to schools across the U.S., to refugee and migrant camps in Africa, technology can help people start a business, further their education, or access new — and sometimes vital — information. Google.org supports hundreds of nonprofits globally who are working to open up opportunities for the most vulnerable…

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  • Bringing a virtual Pride parade to students in Bogota, Colombia

    … and safe spaces that help students understand how it feels to be discriminated against – reinforcing the importance of diversity and inclusion. An important part of these workshops is helping students put themselves in another person's shoes. This summer, we used Google Cardboard to give students in my workshops a way to experience Pride parades…

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  • The power of Hour of Code with Google CS First

    … #CSEdWeek announcements next week. And if you have a great story to share with us about CS First in your district or school, we’d love to hear! Please share with us on Twitter or in our CS First Google+ Community. Lynwood Unified School District is south of Los Angeles, nestled among Watts, Compton and Downey. William Gideon, LUSD’s director…

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  • Celebrating Native American culture, past and present

    … see this Doodle celebrating the work of Native author James Welch We hope that by making this content available today, and by adding content like this in the future, we will make it easier for teachers and students to understand our shared heritage and modern-day Native communities. They say that past is prologue: That’s especially true of the Native cultures that continue to inspire and shape our lives in the present and for the future. …

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