Causes & Community

  • Doing more for racial justice

    … witness to injustices that have shaken my faith in our criminal justice system. In my work at Google.org, I help identify causes and organizations that aim to ultimately help correct many of these injustices. Since 2015, Google.org has committed more than $5 million to nonprofits advancing racial justice, and we’ve aimed to get proximate and better…

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  • Doing more for racial justice

    … witness to injustices that have shaken my faith in our criminal justice system. In my work at Google.org, I help identify causes and organizations that aim to ultimately help correct many of these injustices. Since 2015, Google.org has committed more than $5 million to nonprofits advancing racial justice, and we’ve aimed to get proximate and better…

    The Official Google Blog- 20 readers -
    Earlier about the same topic:
  • Doing more for racial justice

    … witness to injustices that have shaken my faith in our criminal justice system. In my work at Google.org, I help identify causes and organizations that aim to ultimately help correct many of these injustices. Since 2015, Google.org has committed more than $5 million to nonprofits advancing racial justice, and we’ve aimed to get proximate and better…

    The Official Google Blog- 19 readers -
  • 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…

    The Official Google Blogin Google- 27 readers -
  • 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…

    The Official Google Blogin Google- 23 readers -
  • 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

    … (and the community we serve) safe and secure online?” In 2016, we partnered with Google’s User Advocacy Group to share four smart tips to keep your nonprofit, your users, and you safe online. What do you and your nonprofit want to learn in the new year? Leave a comment below, and we’ll work on learning together in 2017. Lastly, we so appreciate all…

    The Official Google Blog- 29 readers -
  • 2016 Year in Review

    … (and the community we serve) safe and secure online?” In 2016, we partnered with Google’s User Advocacy Group to share four smart tips to keep your nonprofit, your users, and you safe online. What do you and your nonprofit want to learn in the new year? Leave a comment below, and we’ll work on learning together in 2017. Lastly, we so appreciate all…

    The Official Google Blog- 24 readers -
    Earlier about the same topic:
  • 2016 Year in Review

    … (and the community we serve) safe and secure online?” In 2016, we partnered with Google’s User Advocacy Group to share four smart tips to keep your nonprofit, your users, and you safe online. What do you and your nonprofit want to learn in the new year? Leave a comment below, and we’ll work on learning together in 2017. Lastly, we so appreciate all…

    The Official Google Blog- 24 readers -
  • 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…

    The Official Google Blog- 16 readers -