August 10, 2016 ricadmin

New twist to tech donations: Google promotes racial justice

Google became part of the movement for racial justice this year by awarding $1.75 million dollars to Bay Area schools confronting systemic racism. Roses in Concrete, alone, was granted $750,000. Other grants went to San Francisco Unified’s My Brother and Sister’s Keeper program, the African American Male Achievement program in Oakland, and programs supporting first-generation college students.

Read the full details of the donations here.


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