Doodles

    • It all started with a party: the story behind today’s Hip Hop Doodle

      On August 11, 1973, there was a party at 1520 Sedgwick Avenue in the Bronx—and four decades later, we’re still talking about it. Today’s Google Doodle celebrates the 44th anniversary of that party, which is widely credited as the birth of the Hip Hop movement. To learn more about the Doodle and the movement that inspired it, the Keyword team chatted with three of the Googl ...

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    • Confronting racial injustice 100 years after the Silent Parade

      It was a mid-summer day in New York City. Nearly 10,000 African Americans—men, women and children—gathered on Fifth Avenue. The women wore white; the men dark suits. They were there to protest. Yet there were no songs or chants. They marched in silence, demanding an end to racial violence in America. The date was July 28, 1917. Organized by the NAACP, including leaders W.E.

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  • Woo your pango-love with Google’s latest Doodle game

    … Editor’s note: Pangolins are the most poached and trafficked mammal in the world. We hope that by playing this Doodle game, you can learn a bit more about these wonderful creatures. To get more information and see how you can help, check out this page on the World Wildlife Fund site. This Valentine’s Day, we’re telling the tale of two long…

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  • Woo your pango-love with Google’s latest Doodle game

    … Editor’s note: Pangolins are the most poached and trafficked mammal in the world. We hope that by playing this Doodle game, you can learn a bit more about these wonderful creatures. To get more information and see how you can help, check out this page on the World Wildlife Fund site. This Valentine’s Day, we’re telling the tale of two long…

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  • Start the Lunar New Year with Google Arts & Culture

    … Today marks the start of the Lunar New Year—we’ve entered the Year of the Rooster. Across Asia and around the world, families are coming together, houses and neighborhoods are being dressed up in red and traditional lanterns are being hung. If you're still wondering about what the fireworks are all about, Google Arts & Culture is here…

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  • Start the Lunar New Year with Google Arts & Culture

    … Today marks the start of the Lunar New Year—we’ve entered the Year of the Rooster. Across Asia and around the world, families are coming together, houses and neighborhoods are being dressed up in red and traditional lanterns are being hung. If you're still wondering about what the fireworks are all about, Google Arts & Culture is here…

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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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  • Saving Magic Cat Academy from catastrophe!

    …! And now, I ask you to join me to try your hand (or paw!) at fending off these ghastly ghosts with today’s Halloween Google Doodle. With a swipe of your paw (or should I say wave of your wand), you can help turn these Halloween tricks into a real treat. But be warned, your spell casting must be quick and precise. To send these ghouls…

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  • Akilah’s “Afrocentric life” doodle wins Doodle 4 Google 2016

    …Today’s blog post is by the winner of this year’s Doodle 4 Google competition, 10th grader Akilah Johnson. Given the contest’s theme—“What makes me...me”—who better than the young artist herself to answer that question? - Ed. When I was younger, I attended Roots Public Charter School and Roots Activity Learning Center in Northwest Washington, D.C…

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