Announcing Uncubed & Mediabistro’s Social Impact Partner for Q4 2020: Color Of Change
November 13, 2020
In June, Uncubed and Mediabistro published our ongoing and continuously developing plan to have a larger positive impact on our team, communities, and clients – specifically through the lens of social justice and racial equity.
As we mentioned in this June statement, our entire team selects a social impact partner every quarter that we find to be doing particularly valuable work, and we make a monetary donation as well as promote this organization, their work, and ways to donate or get involved to our communities.
For Q4 2020, we’re proud to announce that our team has selected Color Of Change, the nation’s largest online racial justice organization with over 7 million members.
Color Of Change fights injustice throughout society on behalf of Black communities, including initiatives related to criminal justice, economic justice, media justice, technology justice, and more. They hold corporate and political leaders accountable, commission research on systems of inequality, and they advance solutions for racial justice that can transform our world.
We ask that you join us in supporting Color Of Change’s mission and work in any (or all) of the following ways:
- Donate to Color Of Change.
- Join Color Of Change’s email list.
- Follow Color Of Change on Instagram, Twitter, YouTube, Facebook, and/or LinkedIn.
- Sign an existing petition and/or join an existing campaign.
- Create a new petition and/or organize a new campaign.
And please do learn more about Color Of Change and the work that they’re doing by visiting colorofchange.org.
Thanks for your support this quarter 🙏
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