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• Jan 31, 2021

This February is not just another Black History Month. After 2020, it can't be. We know we need to do more and are engaging with Black colleagues, communities and customers to fight anti-Black racism. We are committed to helping drive progress through our business, philanthropy, and for colleagues. Our efforts in helping to create a more equitable tomorrow can't and won't stop after February. As we look to create change this month and every month after, this is a commitment to amplify the voices and stories of Black colleagues, communities and customers.

Learn more through the voices of our customers, colleagues and communities.

Want to learn more about Black History Month?
How No Grease! Became a Multi-Million Dollar, Black-Owned Business
How Twin Brothers from Buffalo Built the First Black-Owned Barbershop Franchise in the U.S.
Rose Staram: The Entrepreneurial Journey from Tax Accounting to Event Planning Success

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