#Cyberculture agenda: “The ACLU’s Huge Weekend Donations Haul Shows Twitter Activism Can Work…”Celebrate Immigrant Founders…


All over Twitter people are promising to match donations to the civil liberties organization following President Trump’s immigration ban.

Reaching Millennials With Social Media: New Research

Are Millennials part of your customer base? Wondering how best to reach them on social media? In this article, you’ll discover insights from new research you can use to get your social media messages in front of Millennials. #1: Millennials Are Digital Shoppers Millennials, those individuals born between 1980 and 2000, make up 25% of […]

More tech leaders have voiced opposition to Trump’s immigration policy, including Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos, who attended the President’s tech summit just a month ago. Bezos said that Amazon has contacted congressional leaders, reached out to the new adm…
Celebrate Immigrant Founders


Diversity is in our DNA 🇺🇸

Celebrate Immigrants

You cannot tell the story of America without including the tremendous role that immigrants have played in shaping our nation. Now, more than ever, we must recognize their incredible contributions and be grateful for the openness and diversity of our nation.

The Kenny Rogers classic profoundly states that “you’ve got to know when to hold ’em, know when to fold ’em,” and for the first time, an AI has out-gambled world-class players at heads-up, no-limit Texas Hold’em. Our representatives of humanity —

Uber is riding straight into PR hell.

The ride-sharing company is currently enduring the full wrath of the internet after infuriating customers following its reaction to a Muslim travel ban issued by President Donald Trump.

Google gives $4 million to pro-migrant causes

Google has revealed that it will donate up to $4 million to humanitarian causes in response to the president’s latest executive order. The search engine will hand the cash to four bodies: the ACLU, Immigrant Legal Resource Center, International Rescu.

Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz has sent an open letter to staff pledging to hire 10,000 refugees over the next five years in response to Donald Trump’s immigration ban.

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