A diverse workforce and open culture are at the heart of our company and vital to our success. At Bloomberg, we recognize the positive impact African Americans have on our business and our world.
To celebrate Black History Month, New York-based illustrator Daniel Fishel created six original pieces of artwork inspired by themes of inclusion, community and representation from a Black perspective. The same values we are proud to put on display at Bloomberg.
On February 26th, Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment and parent company 21st Century Fox sponsored a special 25th anniversary screening and Q&A for the iconic 1991 film "The Five Heartbeats," hosted by the Writers Guild of America, West's Committee of Black Writers. The event was held in celebration of Black History Month, bringing together people of color from across the industry, including 50 current students at Ghetto Film School Los Angeles, of which 21st Century Fox is a co-founder.
At Bloomberg, we believe diversity and inclusion powers innovation and global success. This February, our Diversity & Inclusion organization is working with our Black Professional Community, our Global Philanthropy & Engagement team, and senior leadership to host several events in honor of Black History Month.
The company hosted the annual oratorical contest and recognition event as part its celebration of Black History Month, honoring the traditions and contributions of African-Americans to science, technology, engineering, art and math (STEAM).
Eastman recognized 15 local high school students, their families and educators during a luncheon today at The Eastman Lodge in Kingsport, Tenn.
Black History Month is all about the celebration of the achievements of African Americans, from the remarkable people credited with changing the course of history, to the legions of community servants who led by example and forged a consensus of determination to support the struggle for change. This change, and AT&T’s commitment to it, is something I see in the work my colleagues and I do every day.
George Washington Carver was a trailblazer in agricultural science. His contributions to the development of crop rotation, agriculture extension and common uses for the peanut continue to help farmers succeed today.
We’re proud of our diverse and inclusive culture at Darden and welcome opportunities to share the uniqueness of our employees. As part of Black History Month, we’re featuring stories from some of our African-American employees and taking a look at how each individual person makes the Darden culture what it is. Today, Kay Francis offers some career advice.