Lift Every Voice | JuneteenthJuneteenth commemorates the true end of slavery in the U.S. On June 19, 1865, Union soldiers brought news to Galveston, Texas, that enslaved people had been liberated - over two years after the Emancipation Proclamation.
Today, we lift every voice and sing. Listen. Learn. Celebrate.
155th Anniversary of Juneteenth Google DoodleToday’s video Google Doodle, illustrated by Los Angeles-based guest artist Loveis Wise and narrated by actor and activist LeVar Burton, honors the 155th anniversary of Juneteenth. Short for “June Nineteenth,” Juneteenth marks the true end of chattel slavery across the United States — which didn’t actually occur until 1865, two and a half years after the Emancipation Proclamation. Specifically, it marks the day when enslaved Black people in Galveston, Texas (one of the westernmost points in the Confederate South) finally received news of their liberation.
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Bear Witness, Take Action | June 13Join us on June 13 for a special live event bringing together creators, activists, educators and artists for a conversation about race in America in support of the Equal Justice Initiative.
Stand Against Racial InjusticeWe stand in solidarity against racism and injustice and are pledging $1M in support of efforts to stop it. Join YouTube and donate to the Center for Policing Equity: https://policingequity.org/donate or visit https://policingequity.org/ to learn more.
Build a Garden | #WithMeWe’ve got a new appreciation for our outdoor spaces. Whether it's a backyard, balcony, or windowsill, we are getting our daily dose of vitamin D and enjoying nature at home by starting gardens of all shapes and sizes! There have been over 14 million "Container Gardening" views since March 1. Let's get our hands dirty and grow, together.
Build a Garden At Home #WithMe
Celebrating the Class of 2020 | Graduate #WithMeThe Class of 2020 has had an experience like no other.
They’ve earned a place in history and in our hearts.
This is for them.
Join us for “Dear Class of 2020,” A Virtual Graduation Event
June 6 • 12PM PT • https://www.YouTube.com/dearclass
Chloe X Halle
Sec. Robert M. Gates
Sec. Condoleezza Rice
Megan Thee Stallion
And Many More!
Meditate | #WithMeThere’s no one way to take care of yourself during this time—but meditation is one great place to start. There have been over 90 million "guided meditation" views since March 1. Tune out distractions, relieve stress, and center yourself with the help and support of others.
Tim & Cree’s Story: Farming for a Brighter TomorrowTim and Cree are passionate about helping their community and our planet through their self-built regenerative farm. Not only are they giving back to the land they work, but they’re passing on sustainable practices through their climate aware cooking school. They say YouTube helped them every step of the way.
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From the Ground Up – Regenerative Agriculture https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6vQW8Tl_KLc
Forager|Chef - Cleaning slippery jacks, suillus luteus https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qCuCpDo2v2g
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Cut Hair | #WithMeWhether it’s a buzz cut, bang trim, or full chop, it’s something we typically don't do ourselves. That’s why there have been over 110 million "DIY haircut" views since March 1. While we appreciate our hairdressers now more than ever, we are not alone in learning and making mistakes (the kind that will eventually grow back), together.
Cut Hair At Home #WithMe
Farm | #WithMeThere have been over 2 million “Raising Chicken” views since March 1. Our desire to learn, be self-sufficient, and provide has only grown during this time. So, we’re raising chickens, growing vegetables, and farming in our backyards, together.
Make a Face Mask | #WithMeSince March 1, there have been over 200 million views of “DIY Face Mask” videos on YouTube. A shortage of masks and a desire to help others has shown us how crafty and resourceful we can be when we figure things out, together.
Learn how to make a face mask At Home #WithMe.
Get by together | #WithMeFrom teaching kids and cutting our own hair to growing food and making our own face masks, we’re all trying new things as we navigate Covid-19. These days, just doing the ordinary feels extraordinary. We’re all just figuring it out, together. Get by #WithMe.