Sometimes the stars perfectly align and conspire for your success! This week The New York Times published its feature on #GivingTuesday (also during Native American Heritage Month) with our client, Indigenous Author and Social Justice Philanthropy Leader Edgar Villanueva! Read more →
On Black Friday 2018, the biggest retail shopping day of the year, Blackout for Human Rights launched its fifth annual #BlackoutBlackFridaycampaign, urging people nationwide to take part in an economic boycott of major retailers, and any corporations that violate human rights standards, and/or profit off the pain and suffering of others.
Serena Williams has recently been in the news sharing her personal traumatic health experience after delivering her daughter. Tragically, Erica Garner died of a heart attack just 8 months after giving birth. You likely have also seen this NYT Magazine in-depth feature from last week on the Black Maternal Health crisis. Collectively these stories have helped further push the conversation around Black Mothers’ health to the national forefront.
On MLK Day, more than 2,000 people filled Harlem’s Riverside Church to see performances by Oscar-Winner and “BLACK PANTHER” Star Lupita Nyong’o, Grammy Winning Artist Black Thought, Actor and “GROWN-ISH” Star Yara Shahidi, NBA Legend Allan Houston, and more at the third annual “MLK Now.” Comedian/Author Baratunde Thurston and Comedian/Writer Akilah Hughes served as the official MC’s for the program.
On Friday November 24th, the biggest retail shopping day of the year also known as “Black Friday,” Blackout for Human Rights will kick off its fourth annual #BlackoutBlackFriday campaign, urging people nationwide to take part in an economic boycott of major retailers, and any corporations that violate human rights standards, and/or profit off the pain and suffering of others.
Have you seen this super Woke cover of ESSENCE Magazine? Our client, Media and Cultural Commentator April Reign, is one of the fierce and inspirational Black women featured in the magazine’s special 47th Anniversary issue. Read more →
As the nation grapples with attacks against humanity at home and abroad, a new protest anthem “Resist” made its premiere on VICE’s “Noisey” by recording artist and veteran activist/organizer Rev. Sekou.
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