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YouTube has been rampant with drama lately, but the rise of micro-influencers means new faces, more representation, and more quality content. In honor of Hispanic Heritage Month we wanted to share our favorite Latinx Youtubers.
The conversation about D&I in recent years has been pushing harder on organizations and people in power. While many companies could slide by with filling perceived quotas or having one woman or person of color on their leadership team, many are understandably discontent with “diversity” and “inclusion” being used as nothing more than buzzwords, rather than providing access and equity.
We speak with Hayden about all things DEI.
We speak with Darnell about all things DEI.
When it comes to creativity, African-American artists have never used their lack of resources as an excuse to keep them from creating entertainment in an out of the box way. We’ve rounded up some of our favorite YouTube content creators
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Community building is one of the most important parts of any movement particularly one that deals with institutional change, such as increasing the number of Latinx individuals in the communication and tech industries, and creating environments where they feel supported and are apt for growth.