We’re tackling systemic barriers by taking meaningful action and showing up where it counts.

Building racial equity starts within our own walls.

30%

leadership representation of Black+, Latino+, and Native American+ Googlers in the U.S. by 2025

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Transcend: Bringing together women from around the globe

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We’re helping Googlers pay off their student loans.

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Our racial equity commitments are driving systems-level change at Google

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We’re building inclusive tools for the moments that matter.

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How co-creation led to our most equitable camera

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More ways to support Asian-, Black-, and Latino-owned businesses

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Tools to celebrate and protect Indigenous communities

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From 2014 to 2022, we’ve committed over $500 million to communities of color. Our biggest focus areas have been:

$90M+

toward equity in computer science learning and higher education

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$400M+

toward economic opportunity

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$45M+

and over 50K pro bono hours for racial justice organizations

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More ways we’re building for racial equity

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We’re on a mission to close the equity gap in computer science education.

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We’re increasing access to the tools to succeed in today’s job market.

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Training and resources for startup founders and business owners

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How access to quality data is helping to reduce racial disparities in the justice system

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Initiatives to uplift the Asian and Pacific Islander community

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How we’re supporting those disproportionately impacted by COVID-19

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#YouTubeBlack Voices Fund to center diverse Black creators, artists, and content

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Project Greenwood: raising awareness and celebrating resilience

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Google employee’s quote

Recent events have called for a strong stand in defense of the Black community, but we must extend this work to other groups. Many of our commitments are beginning to do this, and there will be much more to come.

Melonie Parker (she/her) Chief Diversity Officer, Google

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A Black woman with long brown hair smiles at the camera

Recent events have called for a strong stand in defense of the Black community, but we must extend this work to other groups. Many of our commitments are beginning to do this, and there will be much more to come.

Melonie Parker (she/her) Chief Diversity Officer, Google

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